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Enele Sopoaga Prime Minister & Minister for Public Utilities and Infrastructure Maatia Toafa Deputy Prime Minister Monise Lafai Minister for Communications & Transport Taukelina Finikaso Minister of Foreign Affairs, Environment, […]
An election to the House of Assembly took place on 31 March 2015. Tuvalu has no political parties and therefore the 15 members were elected as independents.
The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has recently concluded a staff mission to Tuvalu. The Fund mission felt that “Tuvalu continues to recover gradually from the effects of the global financial […]
Tuvalu’s long expected vote of no-confidence in Prime Minister Willy Telavi finally took place earlier today with the anticipated outcome of a government defeat being realised. After an eight month […]
Governor General Sir Italeli Iakoba has removed Prime Minister Willy Telavi from office and appointed opposition leader Enele Sopoanga to take his place in a caretaker position according to Australian […]
Governor-General Sir Iakoba Italeli has decided to use his powers to reconvene parliament. The parliamentary sitting will be on 30th July. The opposition, who won a by-election last Sunday which […]
The government lost an important by-election at the weekend in Nukufetau with the election of Pita Elisala from the opposition. The seat was vacated after the death of the finance […]
Opposition Leader, Enele Sopoanga is placing pressure upon Prime Minister Willie Telavi to call by-elections following the recent deaths of two Cabinet ministers according to Islands Business International (PACNEWS). Isaia […]
Tuvalu is a non-partisan democracy with no political parties. Sources: Tuvalu Islands website: http://www.tuvaluislands.com/gov_info.htm;
Queen Elizabeth II is Head of State Tuvalu has a unicameral Parliament also called the House of Assembly, which consists of 15 members serving four year terms.