Marshall Islands History and Politics

Marshall Islands History and Politics

Oceania
Marshall Islands. Officially the Republic of the Marshall Islands is an island state located in the Pacific Ocean, in Micronesia. Complete independence in accordance with international law occurred on December 22, 1990, when the United Nations officially terminated the trust over the territory. It is a nation whose independence in 1990 made it one of the youngest countries in Oceania. It was part of the Trust Territory of the Pacific Islands and was subject to the administration of the United States. It is made up of two archipelagos and some reefs that in total add up to 1,152 Pacific islands. It is located northeast of Australia, specifically north of Nauru and east of Micronesia. History Although the Marshall Islands were populated by Micronesians in the second millennium BC, little is known of the early history of the islands. Arrival of the Europeans According to shopareview.com, the Spanish explorer Álvaro…
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Marshall Islands 2007

Marshall Islands 2007

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Yearbook 2007 Marshall Islands. The November 19 parliamentary elections became chaotic because of a new electoral system where voters could vote for their local candidates in any polling station. Some polling stations opened late and the vote therefore went on until midnight. In some places, the ballots ended. The large number of postal votes meant that the vote counted out on time. The turnout was only around 50 percent, a sharp decline compared to the 2003 election. According to abbreviationfinder: MH is the 2-letter acronym for the country of Marshall Islands. According to CountryAAH, Majuro is the capital city of Marshall Islands. One of the questions was whether the Marshall Islands would move to China as a close ally, instead of Taiwan. Parliament Speaker Litokwa Tomeing said that the recognition…
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