Know the Parties and their number of elected members

Know the Parties and their number of elected members

The 50 parliamentary seats have been filled after their representatives have been declared in the recent joint election.

40 of the newly elected Members contested as party candidates while the number of Independent elected MPs now is 10 as a candidate who contested as Independent confirmed an affiliation with the Solomon Islands United Party (UP).

The Coalition for Accountability Reform and Empowerment (CARE), a coalition agreement between Solomon Islands Democratic Party (SIDP) led by Mathew Wale and the Democratic Alliance Party (DAP) led by Rick Houenipwela also have 13 members. 11 from SIDP, 1 from DAP and 1 from coalition partner, IUMI for Change Party.

SIDP leader Mathew Wale and DAP leader Rick Houenipwela | Photo: SIDP & DAP

The Ownership, United and Responsibility (OUR) Party led by Manasseh Sogavare now has 15 members.

OUR Party Parliamentary Wing Leader Manasseh Sogavare

UP have 7 members followed by Solomon Islands Peoples First Party (SIPFP) with 3 members and 1 each for Solomon Islands Kandere Party (SIKP) and Solomon Islands Party for Rural Advancement (SIPRA).

UP Wing Leader Peter Kenilorea Jnr

See below the parties and their number of members being elected.

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