Sep 21, 2019 Last Updated 3:13 AM, Sep 21, 2019

Movers and shakers

  • Sep 22, 2019
  • Published in August
Leo A. Falcam Jr. has been named as the Federated States of Micronesia’s Chief Negotiator for the upcoming Compact negotiations. Falcam is Chief of Staff to President David W. Panuelo and has now served in that capacity for three consecutive FSM Presidents.

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Fiji’s Ambassador to the United States, Solo Mara is the incoming Secretary-General of the Pacific Islands Development Forum. Fiji’s PM has said Mara will be charged with turning PIDF into a more efficient, intellectual and ambitious organisation.

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Gilbert Tyuienon of the pro-independence Caledonian Union is New Caledonia’s Vice President. He was elected with the support of the ministers of the anti-independence Future with Confidence whose candidate for presidency Thierry Santa was elected last month. Tyuienon is a former Mayor of Canala.

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ANZ’s Country Head in Kiribati is Australian Greg Edwards. Edwards has worked in banking for 29 years and has held senior roles in Melbourne and PNG with Westpac and National Australia Bank.Marshall Islands Chief secretary Ben Graham has returned to the Asian Development Bank after a productive stint with the Marshall Islands government. At his official farewell, Graham was praised by RMI Government officials for being a remarkable leader with integrity.
 

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Movers and shakers

  • Sep 22, 2019
  • Published in July

NEW Caledonia’s new President is Thierry Santa. The anti-independence politician was elected by 11 Government members in June. he is part of the ‘Future with Confidence’ coalition.

Reverend David Vunagi is the new Governor General for the Solomon Islands. he was a former Archbishop of the Anglican Church of Melanesia. hailing from Isabel Province, Vunagi was the sole nominee for the position.

Dr Teuea Toatu is Kiribati’s new Vice President, replacing Kourabi Nenem. He is the current Minister for Finance and Economic Development, and the member for the constituency of Abalang.

Marshall Islands Chief secretary Ben Graham has returned to the Asian Development Bank after a productive stint with the Marshall Islands government. At his official farewell, Graham was praised by RMI Government officials for being a remarkable leader with integrity.

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