2012 Vanuatu general election results update; Graon mo Jastis Pati wins 3 seats

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Unofficial results are still unconfirmed for most seats, but Graon mo Jastis Pati’s Ralph Regenvanu has announced that based on the numbers so far, GJP has secured three seats: Ralph Regenvanu for Port Vila constituency, Gillion Kalotiti William for Efate Rural and Danou Nalet for Malakula.

According to VBTC news and popular Facebook group Yumi Toktok Stret, here are the unofficial results as of 2:30pm 1/11/2012, with number of votes if available. N.B. these figures are likely to be incorrect.

Banks/Torres (2 seats)
1. Christoper Claude Antoine Emelee (VNP) – 1,000+ votes
2. Dunstan Hilton (PPP) – 576

Santo (7 seats)
1. Rialuth Vuster Serge Vohor (UMP)
2. Arnold Thomas Prasad (VGC)
3. Marcellino Pipite (VRP)
4. Sela Molisa (VP)
5. Lorin Solomon (UMP)
6. Samson Samsen (NAG)

Malo/Aore (1 seat)
1. Havo Molisale (NAG) – 816

Luganville (2 seats)
1. Kalfau Moli (IND) – 888
2. George Andre Wells (PPP) – 737

Malakula (7 seats total)
1. Sato Kilman (PPP) – 1,104
2. Sai Esmon (MPP) – 815
3. Danou Nalet (GJP) – 690
4. Jerome Ludvaun (UMP) – 638
5. Don Ken (PSP) – 619
6. Paul Telukluk (RMC) – 595
7. Ps. Kaltaliu (VP) – 575

Ambrym (2 seats)
1. Maki Stanley Simelum (VP) – 469
2. Bruno Tao Leingkone (NUP) – 454

Paama (1 seat)
1. Jonas James (NIPDP)

Pentecost (4 seats)
1. Ham Lini Vanuaroroa (NUP) – 1,125
2. Charlot Salwai (RMC) – 900+
3. David Tosul Butulso (PPP) – 402
4. Silas Bli Bule Melve (NUP) – 500

Ambae (3 seats)
1. Richard Mera (VP) – 740
2. James Bule (NUP) – 403
3. Lennox Vuti (UMP) – 402

Maewo (1 seat)
1. Paul Jerry Boe (NUP) – 400+

Epi (2 seats)
1. Robert Murray Bohn (VPDP) – 585
2. Isaac Bongbong Hamariliu (PPP) – 308

Tongoa (1 seat)
1. John Vacher Amos (PPP) – 362

Shepherds (1 seat)
1. Toara Daniel Kalo (VGC) – 265

Efate Rural (4 seats)
1. Alfred Rollen Carlot (NIPDP)
2. Roro Sambo (IND)
3. Steven Mauterei Kalsakau (RMC)
4. Gillion Kalotiti William (GJP)

Port Vila (6 seats)
1. Ralph Regenvanu (GJP) – 2,200+
2. Edward Natapei (VP)
3. Tony Wright (UMP)
4. Patrick Crowby (UMP)
5. Moana Carcasses (VGC)
6. Willy Jimmy (LDP)

Tanna (7 seats)
1. Silas Iatan (UMP) – 1,067
2. Harry Iauko (IG) – 1,054
3. Richard Namel (IND) – 922
4. Thomas Laken (IND) – 890
5. Bob Loughman (VP) – 819
6. Morgan Stevens (NUP) – 788
7. Joe Natuman (VP) – 764

Southern Outer Islands (1 seat)
1. Tesei John Nawei (VP) – 523