Pacific Leaders Forum in strengthening democracy across the Pacific

More than 60 delegates representing 19 countries around the Pacific Ocean will be meeting in Wellington, New Zealand from 18 to 22 April 2013.

The parliamentarian leaders will discuss matters related to strengthening regional governance, building stronger democracy across the Pacific, and addressing issues of concern to the Pacific, in the New Zealand Parliament.

After arrival on Wednesday 17 at the airport all delegates will be transferred to the Kingsgate Hotel in Wellington.  On the last day of the meeting they will be finalizing the forum outcomes in the Parliament and will eventually depart for the airport at 11:30am.

 Confirmed Delegates Pacific Parliamentary and Political Leaders Forum
DelegateCountry
Taotasi Archie SoliaiAmerican Samoa
Edmund VillagomezNorthern Mariana Islands
Jovita M. TaimanaoNorthern Mariana Islands
John Paul P. SablanNorthern Mariana Islands
Anthony T. BenaventeNorthern Mariana Islands
Selina NapaCook Islands
Tetangi MatapoCook Islands
David PanueloFederated States of Micronesia
Matai AkauolaFiji
Nayagodamu KorovouFiji
Tura LewaiFiji
Fay VolatabuFiji
Bimal PrasadFiji
Thomas MorrisonGuam
Martin MoretiKiribati
Tetaake KwongKiribati
Riddell AkuaNauru
Roland KunNauru
Valentine EurisoukeNew Caledonia
Tiaré le GoffNew Caledonia
Talaititama TalaitiNiue
Va’aiga TukuitongaNiue
Surangel Whipps JrPalau
Rukebai InaboPalau
Uduch Sengebau-SeniorPalau
Sam BasilPapua New Guinea
Delilah Pueka GorePapua New Guinea
William TongampPapua New Guinea
Julie SosoPapua New Guinea
Joseph LeraPapua New Guinea
Nixon Philip DubanPapua New Guinea
Theo ZurenuocPapua New Guinea
Gary JuffaPapua New Guinea
Joseph SungiPapua New Guinea
Wilbur HeineMarshall Islands
Gatoloaifa’na Amataga Alesana GidlowSamoa
Aveau Niko PalamoSamoa
Fiame Naomi MataafaSamoa
Fiame Naomi MataafaSamoa
So’oalo MeneSamoa
Lealailepule Rimoni AiafiSamoa
Moses GaruSolomon Islands
John ManeniaruSolomon Islands
Samuel ManetoaliSolomon Islands
Seth GukunaSolomon Islands
Vika LusibaeaSolomon Islands
Peter Shanel AgovakaSolomon Islands
Milner TozakaSolomon Islands
Tavita PueTokelau
Margaret PedroTokelau
Lord FakafanuaTonga
‘Aisake Valu EkeTonga
Siosifa Tu’utafaivaTonga
Sione Sangster SaulalaTonga
Dr Sitiveni HalapuaTonga
Viliami LatuTonga
Alfred MaohVanuatu
Ralph RegenvanuVanuatu
Kalfau MoliVanuatu
Tony NariVanuatu
Charlot SalwaiVanuatu
Arnold PrasadVanuatu
Havo MolisaleVanuatu
John Tesei NawaiVanuatu
Mikaele KulimoetokeWallis and Futuna

 

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