March 1983 Cook Islands general election

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General elections were held in the Cook Islands on 30 March 1983 to elect 24 MPs to the Parliament.[1] The election saw the Cook Islands Party under Geoffrey Henry win power, but the result was overturned within months and Parliament was dissolved, leading to new elections in November 1983.[2]


  1. ^ "Hon. Sir Terepai MAOATE, KBE". Cook Islands Parliament. Archived from the original on 2010-10-01. Retrieved 2009-03-21.
  2. ^ Brij V. Lal, Kate Fortune (2000). The Pacific Islands: Cook Islands. University of Hawaii Press. p. 564. Retrieved 2009-03-22.

External links

  • In re reference by Queens Representative (1983) CKHC 18; HC OA 1.1983 - one of the cases which led to parliament being dissolved.

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