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Vanuatu to hold presidential election on Sept. 1
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18:36, August 20, 2009

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Vanuatu's Electoral Commission has confirmed that the Pacific island nation will hold presidential election on Sept. 1, Radio New Zealand International reported on Thursday.

This came after Kalkot Mataskelekele's term as president ended last weekend.

The new President would be elected by the Electoral College which is made up of the 52 members of the parliament and the president of the six provincial governments.

Since the departure from the post of Mataskelekele, the speaker of parliament, Maxime Carlot Korman, has been the acting President.

Source:Xinhua



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