ⓘ Arutanga–Reureu–Nikaupara

                                     

ⓘ Arutanga-Reureu-Nikaupara (Cook Islands electorate)

Arutanga-Reureu-Nikaupara is a Cook Islands electoral division returning one member to the Cook Islands Parliament. Its current representative is Teina Bishop, who has held the seat since 1999.

The electorate was created in 1981 when the Constitution act amendment No. 9, the revised boundaries of the electorate in 1980 and split the electorate into three Aitutaki.

                                     
  • Pumati Israela was elected to the seat of Arutanga - Reureu - Nikaupara following the resignation of Teina Bishop. Cooks parliament dissolved for July election
  • and public service cuts. It contested every electorate except Arutanga - Nikaupara - Reureu The Cook Islands Party launched their campaign on October 8
  • increases, and public service cuts. It contested every electorate except Arutanga - Nikaupara - Reureu The party was unsuccessful in the elections, winning
  • General elections were held in the Cook Islands on September 27, 2006 in order to elect 24 MPs to the Cook Islands Parliament. The Democratic Party remained
  • their intention to run in the 2010 Cook Islands general election. CIP opens Titikaveka seat nominations Cook Islands News. 2010 - 04 - 30. Retrieved 2010 - 06 - 16
  • General elections were held in the Cook Islands on 7 September 2004. Initial results showed the Democratic Party winning by a wide margin, but close results