The 2019 National General Election in Solomon Islands - A Personal Perspective: Navigating a Maze of Challenges
On 3 April this year, the people of Solomon Islands will go to the polls to elect their representatives in the national parliament for the next four years. The term ‘representatives’ is used loosely here as the typical member of parliament (MP) is elected with just over a third of the votes, meaning the majority of the electors did not in fact choose the winning candidate to represent them. This will be the tenth election since 1978 when the country gained full independence from the...[Show more]
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|Source:||Department of Pacific Affairs in brief series: 2019/5|
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