15th Samoan Parliament

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The 15th Samoan Parliament was the term of the Parliament of Samoa from 2011 to 2015.

The 15th Parliament consisted of 49 representatives, elected from six two-seat and 35 single-seat territorial constituencies, and two non-territorial constituencies. Only two of the MPs were women following the general election, a decline from four in the previous Parliament.[1] A third woman, Kika Stowers, joined them after winning a by-election in August 2014.[2]

Members[edit]

Initial MPs[edit]

Name Party Electorate Term
Fonotoe Pierre Lauofo HRPP Anoama'a West Third
Toeolesulusulu Cedric Schuster TSP A'ana Alofi No. 3 First
Tuilaepa Sailele Malielegaoi HRPP Lepa Ninth
Aveau Niko Palamo TSP Faleata East First
So'oalo Mene HRPP Gagaifomauga No. 2 First
Lefau Harry Schuster TSP Vaimauga West First
Lenatai Victor Faafoi Tamapua HRPP Vaimauga West First
Tuileutu Alava'a Voi TSP Fa'asalele'aga No. 3 First
Papali’i Li’o Taeu Masipau Tuilagi TSP Fa'asalele'aga No. 2 First
Lealailepule Rimoni Aiafi TSP Faleata West Second
Tavui Tiafau Tafu Salevao HRPP Satupa'itea First
Tafua Maluelue Tafua HRPP Aleipata Itupa-I-Lalo First
Laauli Leuatea Polataivao HRPP Gagaifomauga No. 3 Second
Fiame Naomi HRPP Lotofaga Seventh
Lafaitele Patrick Leiataualesa HRPP Alataua West Second
Manualesagalala Enokati Posala HRPP Safata First
Palusalue Fa’apo II TSP Safata Fourth
Ifopo Matia Filisi HRPP Aiga-I-Le-tai First
Taefu Lemi HRPP Falelatai & Samatau First
Muagututagata Peter Ah Him HRPP Sagaga-Le-Usoga Third
Sala Fata Pinati HRPP Gagaemauga No. 1 Second
Taua Kitiona Seuala HRPP Aleipata-Itupa-I-luga Fourth
Tolofuaivalelei Falemoe Lei’ataua HRPP A'ana Alofi No. 2 Fourth
Tuilo'a Anitelea HRPP Gagaifomauga No. 1 Second
Tuisugaletaua Sofara Aveau HRPP Vaimauga East Third
Peseta Vaifou Tevaga HRPP Fa'asalele'aga No. 4 First
Alaiasa Filipo Schwarts Hunt HRPP Anoama'a East First
Gatoloaifaana Amataga Alesana-Gidlow HRPP Fa'asalele'aga No. 1 Second
A'eau Peniamina TSP Falealupo Fifth
Niko Lee Hang HRPP Individual Third
Maualaivao Pat Ah Him HRPP Individual First
Faumuina Tiatia Liuga HRPP Palauli-Le-Falefa Third
Afualo Wood Salele TSP Salega First
Tapuai Toese Ah Sam TSP Salega First
Tuu'u Anasi'i Leota HRPP Si'umu Fourth
Tialavea Fea Tionisio Seigafolava HRPP Va'a-O-Fonoti First
Motuopuaa Uifagasa Aisoli TSP Vaisigano No. 2 Second
Tuiloma Lameko HRPP Falealili Seventh
Tusa Misi Tupuola HRPP Falealili First
Levaopolo Talatonu Va’ai TSP Gagaemauga No. 2 Second
Le Mamea Ropati HRPP Lefaga & Falese'ela Eighth
Tuisa Tasi Patea HRPP Sagaga-Le-Falefa First
Toleafoa Apulu Fa'afisi HRPP A'ana Alofi No. 1 Fifth
Tuitama Talalelei Tuitama HRPP A'ana Alofi No. 1 First
Magele Mauiliu Magele HRPP Fa'asalele'aga No. 1 First
Faamoetauloa Ulaitino Faale Tumaalii HRPP Gagaemauga No. 3 First
Afoafouvale John Moors HRPP Palauli East First
Agafili Patisela Eteuati Tolovaa HRPP Palauli West First
Va'ai Papu Vailupe TSP Vaisigano No.1 Fourth

Summary of changes[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Samoa's ruling party retains power with reduced majority". Radio New Zealand International. 2011-03-05. Retrieved 2011-03-06. 
  2. ^ a b "Only woman candidate in Samoa by-election wins seat", Radio New Zealand, 16 August 2014
  3. ^ "Bi-election clean sweep for HRPP", Savali, 2 August 2011
  4. ^ "Samoa ruling party backs four by-election candidates", Radio New Zealand International, 19 July 2014

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