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Sir Toke Talagi
Toke Talagi 2014.jpg
Premier of Niue
In office
19 June 2008 11 June 2020
Political offices
Preceded by Premier of Niue
2008–2020
Succeeded by
Minister of Foreign Affairs
2008–2020

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