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Dates Facts About Palau Elections
- General elections will be held in Palau on 1 November 2016 to elect a President and the National Congress.
- Thirty-one national legislators, a president and a vice president will be elected by about 16,000 Palau voters today.
- Average Voter Turnout: 61.06%
Results Palau Elections 2016
Results are still unofficial and indicate following order
1) Terence Miozawa – 191; 2) Akiko Beketaut Udui – 140; 3) Florencio I. Ngiraiwet – 131; 4) Masao Sabo Esebei – 130; 5) Diana Smau – 123; 6) Gibson Towai – 110; 7) Johnny J. Tudong – 108; 8) Willard Kumangai – 103; and Naomi I. Ngirakamerang – 87.
In 10th place is Gibbons Masahiro – 77; 11) write-in candidate Kinziro Kloulubak 72; 12) Norman Aderkeroi – 65, and 13) write-in candidate Joshua Bukringang – 63.
2016 General Election
General Election – November 01, 2016 – 1st Tuesday of November
Registration Close – September 02, 2016 – Closes 60 Days before Election
Nominating Petition – August 03, 2016 – Closes 90 Days before Election
Absentee Ballots Request Deadline – October 25, 2016 – Closes 7 Days before Election
Absentee Ballots Receive Deadline – November 08, 2016 – Closes 7 Days after Election
2016 Primary Election (if necessary)
Primary Election – September 27, 2016 – 4th Tuesday of September
Registration – July 29, 2016 – 60 Days Before Election
Absentee Ballots Request – September 20, 2016 – Closes 7 Days before Election
Absentee Ballots Receive – October 04, 2016 – Closes 7 Days after Election
The President of Palau is elected using the two-round system.The 16 members of the House of Delegates are elected in single-member constituencies based on the states using first-past-the-post voting.The 13 members of the Senate are elected from a single nationwide constituency by block voting, with each voter having 13 votes to cast.
Description of government structure:
- Chief of State: President Tommy REMENGESAU
- Head of Government: President Tommy REMENGESAU
- Assembly: Palau has a bicameral Parliament (Olbiil Era Kelulau) consisting of the Senate with 9 seats and the House of Delegates with 16 seats.
Description of electoral system:
- The President is elected by absolute majority vote through a two-round system to serve a 4-year term.
- In the Senate 9 members are elected by plurality vote in multi-member constituencies to serve 4-year terms*. In the House of Delegates 16 members are elected by plurality vote in single-member constituencies to serve 4-year terms.**
* Every voter may choose as many candidates as there are seats. All candidates compete in one, at-large district and the candidates who receive the most votes are elected.