National Parliament of Solomon Islands
|11th Parliament of Solomon Islands|
since 15 May 2019
|3 April 2019|
|Solomon Islands Parliament Building, Honiara|
The National Parliament of Solomon Islands has 50 members, elected for a four-year term in 50 single-seat constituencies.
It is presided by a Speaker, currently Patterson Oti.
Main article: 2019 Solomon Islands general election
|Solomon Islands Democratic Party||42,245||13.64||8||New|
|Solomon Islands United Party||32,302||10.43||2||New|
|United Democratic Party||25,295||8.17||4||–1|
|Democratic Alliance Party||19,720||6.37||3||–4|
|People's Alliance Party||18,573||6.00||2||–1|
|People First Party||11,419||3.69||1||–|
|Solomon Islands Party for Rural Advancement||9,878||3.19||1||–|
|Pan Melanesian Congress Party||1,514||0.49||0||–|
|Green Party Solomon Islands||619||0.20||0||New|
|New Nation Party||593||0.19||0||–|
|Peoples Progressive Party||381||0.12||0||–|
|National Transformation Party||4,622||1.49||0||–|
|Source: Solomon Islands Election Resources|
The official website of the National Parliament of Solomon Islands maintains a list of current members of parliament, with biographical indications, categorised by name, constituency and party.