PRESS RELEASE (2 November 2012):
The leader of Vanuatu's Ground and Justice Party, Ralph Regenvanu, says political reform will be a top priority for the coalition government he is trying to help form.
With 2250 votes in the Port Vila constituency in Tuesday's general election, Mr Regenvanu has broken his own national record of receiving the most votes of any candidate.
The leader of Vanuatu's Ground and Justice Party, Ralph Regenvanu, says he is keen to form a coalition government that addresses corruption and prioritises political and land reform.
With 2250 votes in the Port Vila constituency in Tuesday's general election, Mr Regenvanu has broken his own national record for receiving the most votes of any candidate.
Pacific Institute of Public Policy i putumaot ripot ia long saed blong "Ol polisi blong ol politikol pati.
Wan lukluk long ol polisi platfom blong ol pati we oli stap kontestem 2012 Vanuatu nasonal eleksen".
Surveys and reports are not generally riveting reading. Here is an exception.
"Alternative Indicators for Well-being for Melanesia" - a Vanuatu Pilot Study - is compulsive reading. It proves a lot of things we have suspected all along.
He recalled a game they were playing a semifinal match with Nanronga and they were down one point (2 -1) but in a last minute in the injury time, he roke the silence in the stadium by equalising the score with a header and forced the audience, which was about to leave the place, to sit down again.
MP Ralph i givim wan donesen blong 20,000 vatu aot long alokesen blong hem i go long 6 studen blong Lycee de Montmarte blong go towods trip blong olgeta i go long Nouvelle-Caledonie blong patisipet long bigfala sports event "Transcaledonienne" long 30 Jun kasem 1 Julae 2012.
MP Ralph i givim wan donesen blong 30,000 vatu aot long alokesen blong hem long Dausahe String Band blong Big Bay blong go towods rekoding blong fes CD blong olgeta. Oli stap rekodem rikodem CD blong olgeta long manis Julae 2012 long Port Vila.
Head of the Anglican Church in Vanuatu, Rev. Bishop James Marvin Ligo, has officially released Fr. Charles Vatu to contest the 2012 General Elections in October.
The official release was performed in front of over 400 Anglican Church members of Port Vila during a special service administered by Bishop James Marvin Ligo at Tagabe Church of The Resurection on Saturday 26 May, 2012.
A Vanuatu MP Ralph Regenvanu says he is hopeful the government intends to go ahead with October the 30th as the election date.