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Congress of the Federated States of Micronesia

Congress of the Federated States of Micronesia
Seats 14 members
single-seat constituency and proportional representation
Meeting place
Federated States
of Micronesia
This article is part of a series on the
politics and government of
the Federated States of Micronesia

The Congress of the Federated States of Micronesia has 14 non-partisan members, 10 members elected for a two-year term in 10 single-seat constituencies and 4 members elected for a four-year term, one from every state 'at large'.

Speakers of the Congress

Name Period
Bethwel Henry 1979 - 1987
Jack Fritz 1987 - 2003
Peter M. Christian May 12, 2003 – 2007
Isaac V. Figir May 11, 2007 – Present
 Summary of the 8 March 2011 Micronesian Congress election results
Members Seats
Non-partisans 14
Total (turnout %) 14


State District Member Places Represented Notes
Senator (At-Large) Wesley W. Simina Chuuk
One Florencio Singkoro Harper Mortlock Islands Floor Leader
Two Roger S. Mori Northern Namoneas
Three Bonsiano Fasy Nethon Southern Namoneas
Four Tiwiter Aritos Faichuuk Region
Five Tony H. Otto Halls and Northwestern Islands
Senator (At-Large) Yosiwo P. George Kosrae
One Paliknoa K. Welly Kosrae
Senator (At-Large) Joseph J. Urusemal Yap
One Isaac V. Figir Yap Speaker
Senator (At-Large) Peter M. Christian Pohnpei
One Dohsis Halbert Sokehs, Kolonia, Sapwuahfik, Nuhuoro and Kapingamarangi
Two Berney Martin Madolenihmw and Kitti Vice Speaker
Three David W. Panuelo U, Nett, Mwoakilloa and Pingelap

See also

External links

  • Official website
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