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Congress of New Caledonia

Congrès de la Nouvelle-Calédonie
Roch Wamytan, UC
since 24 May 2019
Seats54 members
Political groups
Pro-independence bloc (29)
  •   UCFLNKSEO (18)
  •   UNI (9)
  •   LKS (1)
  •   PT (1)

Anti-separatist bloc (25)

Mixed member proportional representation (D'Hondt method)
Last election
12 May 2019
Meeting place
1 Boulevard Vauban, Nouméa, New Caledonia

The Congress of New Caledonia (French: Congrès de la Nouvelle-Calédonie), a "territorial congress" (congrès territorial or congrès du territoire), is the legislature of New Caledonia. It has 54 members who serve five-year terms, selected proportionally based on the partisan makeup of all three assemblies of the provinces of New Caledonia with a 5% threshold. The congress is headquartered at 1 Boulevard Vauban in downtown Noumea. Local media in New Caledonia refer to the congress as "boulevard Vauban" when referencing it.

Results of parliamentary elections

May 2019 election results

The political parties, aside from naturally being split based on socioeconomic ideological differences, are split along hard-line stances on possible New Caledonian independence from France. Both independentists and its opponents subscribe to various socioeconomic ideologies so the difference of opinion is usually rooted in favouring either Kanak nationalism, New Caledonian separatism and independence as opposed to French nationalism and New Caledonian regionalism.

Party Seats +/-
Future with Confidence 18 +5
National Union for Independence 9 +2
Caledonian UnionFLNKS 9 –1
Caledonia Together 7 –8
Kanak and Socialist National Liberation Front 6 +2
Oceanian Awakening 3 New
Labour Party 1 +1
Kanak Socialist Liberation 1 +1
Anti-separatist 25
Pro-independence 29
Total 54
Source: Franceinfo

See also