The prolonged and unprecedented Samoa Elections 2021

DPA Seminar Series

On 20 May 2021, DPA hosted a webinar on the prolonged and unprecedented 2021 Samoan elections. The webinar took place in the midst of a tense period, shortly before Parliament was expected to resume - which subsequently did not take place due to a shock announcement by the Head of State on 22 May suspending parliament. The webinar brought scholars from Apia, Auckland and Canberra together to give context and background on the Samoa elections, and discuss the factors that led to the still ongoing constitutional crisis.

Speaker panel:

Sau’ia Dr Louise Mata’ia-Milo - National University of Samoa (Dean of the Faculty of Arts)
Dr Asenati Liki-Chan Tung - Sustineo Pty Limited
Dr Kerryn Baker - Australian National University
Dr Roannie Ng Shiu - Australian National University
Eliorah Malifa - Australian National University
Salā Dr George Carter - Australian National University

This video was produced with the assistance of the College of Asia and the Pacific at The Australian National University.

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