Tuvaluan constitutional referendum, 1986

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A referendum on becoming a republic was held in Tuvalu in February 1986. However, the proposed change was approved on only one of the eight islands, resulting in the country remaining a constitutional monarchy.[1]


Choice Votes %
For 121 5.14
Against 2,144 90.75
Invalid/blank votes 97 -
Total 2,362 100
Registered voters/turnout 52.24