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September 1993 Tuvaluan general election

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General elections were held in Tuvalu on 2 September 1993. As there were no political parties, all candidates for the 12 seats ran as independents. Following the election, supporters of Prime Minister Bikenibeu Paeniu held six seats, whilst supporter of the previous Prime Minister, Tomasi Puapua, held the other six. In order to break the impasse, the Governor-General dissolved Parliament on 22 September and fresh elections were held in November.
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