Kingdom of Kaupelan

LEGISLATIVE SYSTEM

 

 

Legislative Chamber

 

Each of the 83 provinces (ratudahen) of the country has its Legislative Chamber (Wali Wayadate). Every 4 years, 50% of the deputies  (tawayadat)are elected for a mandate of 8 years. The number of deputies in the Chambers vary according to provincial population: 10 deputies for provinces up to 10,000 inhabitants; 16 up to 100,000; 24 up to 1,000,000; 40 deputies for Purikali (above 1,000,000 inhabitants).

 

 

The Parliament

 

The Parliament (Haimauman), unicameral, comprises 74 senators (awayuni) since 2012, when the number of chairs was reduced from 100. Every 4 years, 50% of the senators are elected for a mandate of 8 years, from 15 electoral districts  (see map below). The number of senators are proportional to the population of each district. The prime minister is chosen by the Parliament, based on the absolute majority, for a renewable mandate of 4 years.


 

Political Parties

 

Parti Tana (1960) - The "National Party" is originated from the Catholic aristocracy fighting for the independence of the country and is monarchist and nationalist. The leader is Mr. Kawi Rajasamura.

Parti Haima (1975) - The "Party of the People" is socialist and pro-nationalisation. The leader is Ms. Samira Dahe.


Parti Majuwe (1975) - The "Party of Progress" is for a liberal economy with minimum participation of the State. The leader is Mr. Ngaru Tanutewe.


Parti Werweru (1990) - The "Party of Renovation", former "Islamic Republican Party", is republican, liberal and pro-privatisation. The leader is Mr. Salman Hamukata.


Parti Sosyalis (1992) - The "Socialist Party" is favourable to statisation. The leader is Ms. Etimadan Lao.


Parti Muktye Raun
(1994) - The "Party of Liberty-Green" is socialist, pro-international organisations and environmentalist. The leader is Ms. Aswini Ruikawahi.

Parti Demokrat Kèristaung (2010) - The "Christian Democratic Party" is favourable to a liberal economy and pro-Western. The Leader is Mr. Petrus Nuhulasahi.


Parti Totetem Kisaira (2011) - The "Party of United Workers", the successor of the Parti Kumunis ("Communist Party"), is socialist and favourable to statisation. The Leader is Ms. Tohemli Tanuhodi.


 

Elected Senators per Parties:

 


1976

1977

1981

1985

1989

1993

1997

2001

2005

20092013
2017

Haima

20

20

11

10

12

14

14

15

10

83
7

Tana

18

17

13

14

16

18

13

13

8

66
2

Majuwe

10

10

23

20

13

10

9

10

13

912
9

Werweru

 

 

 

 

 

5

6

8

8

85
6
Sosyalist1412323

Muktye Raun

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

3

7

155
7
Demokrat  Kristaung42
Totetem Kisaira1

 

 

The distribution of seats in the Parliament for 2018


 


Prime Ministers

 

1978-1983

Nuno Kautamakuwa (Parti Haima)

 

1984-1989

Philip Kurumali (Parti Majuwe)

 

1990 - 1994

Silwi Aragao (Parti Majuwe)

 

1994 - 2001

Abdul Tawadim (Parti Tana)

 

2002 - 2004

Samira Dahe (Parti Haima)

 

2004 - 2009

Peter Puramèsar (Parti Haima)

 

2010 - 2013

Aswini Ruikawahi (Parti Muktiye Raun)


2014 -

Sindi Wisnumatan (Parti Majuwe)