Politics of Nauru
Politics of Nauru takes place in a framework of a parliamentary representative democratic republic, whereby the President of Nauru is the head of government of the executive branch. Legislative power ...
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Law of Nauru
Nauruan law, since Nauru's independence from Australia in 1968, is derived primarily from English and Australian common law, though it also integrates indigenous customary law to a limited extent. Nau...
Elections in Nauru
Nauru elects on a national level a head of state (the president) and a legislature. Parliament has 19 members (increased from 18 for the 2013 election), elected for a three year term in multi-seat con...
Foreign relations of Nauru
Nauru, following independence from the United Kingdom, became a sovereign, independent republic on 31 January 1968. Nauru has established diplomatic relations with a number of nations, including most ...
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List of political parties in Nauru
This article lists political parties in Nauru.In Nauru, political parties do not play a major a role, as in many countries with parliamentary systems, but they have been formed. Officially, however, N...
List of diplomatic missions in Nauru
This is a list of diplomatic missions in Nauru. As the Nauruan government does not maintain a website devoted to external affairs, the information on this page has been gathered from the websites of ...
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Timothy Detudamo
Timothy Detudamo (died in April 1953) was a Nauruan politician and linguist. The father of Buraro Detudamo, he is known as the founder of modern Nauruan society and served as Head Chief from 1931 unti...
List of Speakers of the Parliament of Nauru
The Speaker of the Parliament of Nauru is the presiding officer of that legislature.
LGBT rights in Nauru
Lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) people living in the island nation of Nauru face legal and social challenges not experienced by non-LGBT persons. Male-male homosexual acts remain illega...
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Nauruan nationality law
Nationality and citizenship in the Republic of Nauru are currently defined and regulated by the Constitution of Nauru and the Nauruan Community Ordinance 1956-1962. Dual citizenship is permitted.
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Nauru First
Nauru First (Nauruan: Naoero Amo) is the only formal political party in the Republic of Nauru.
Its positions tend to be liberal, pro-government transparency, and Christian democratic. Its foun...
Visa policy of Nauru
Visitors to Nauru must obtain a visa unless they come from one of the countries eligible for free visa on arrival. All visitors must hold a passport valid for 3 months. Transit visas are not required ...
Supreme Court of Nauru
The Supreme Court of Nauru is the highest court in the judicial system of the Republic of Nauru.
It is established by part V of the Constitution, adopted upon Nauru's independence from Australia i...
Centre Party (Nauru)
The Centre Party is an informal political party in the Pacific nation of Nauru.
The party was formed by the former President of Nauru, Kinza Clodumar, and supported René Harris, Clodumar's ally, i...
Parliament of Nauru
The Parliament of Nauru has 19 members, elected for a three-year term in multi-seat constituencies. The President of Nauru is elected by the members of the Parliament. The number of seats was increase...
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