Anetan Constituency

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Anetan Constituency within Nauru
Coordinates: 0°30′19″S166°56′33″E / 0.50528°S 166.94250°E / -0.50528; 166.94250 Coordinates: 0°30′19″S166°56′33″E / 0.50528°S 166.94250°E / -0.50528; 166.94250
CountryFlag of Nauru.svg  Nauru
Districts 2 (Anetan, Ewa)
Area
  Total2.2 km2 (0.8 sq mi)
Population
 (2011)
  Total1,180
Time zone (UTC+12)
Area code(s) +674
Members of Parliament 2 [1]

Anetan Constituency is one of the constituencies of Nauru and is made up of two districts: Anetan and Ewa. It covers an area of 2.2 km², and has a population of 1,180. It returns two members to the Parliament of Nauru in Yaren. [1]

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Members of Parliament

Seat 1
MemberTermParty
Paul Diema 1968–1971 Non-partisan
Lawrence Stephen 1971–1977 Non-partisan
Bucky Ika 1977–? Non-partisan
Roy Degoregore ?–1980 Non-partisan
Lawrence Stephen 1980–1986 Non-partisan
Ruby Dediya 1986–1992 Non-partisan
Lawrence Stephen 1992–1995 Non-partisan
Ruby Dediya 1995–1997 Non-partisan
Vassal Gadoengin 1997–2003 Non-partisan
Marcus Stephen 2003–2016 Non-partisan
Sean Oppenheimer 2016–present Non-partisan
Seat 2
MemberTermParty
Remy Namaduk ?–2004 Non-partisan
Vassal Gadoengin 2004 Non-partisan
Cyril Buraman 2004–2008 Non-partisan
Landon Deireragea 2008–2013 Non-partisan
Cyril Buraman 2013–present Non-partisan

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