Politics of the Pitcairn Islands

  • pitcairn islands
    coat of arms of the pitcairn islands.svg
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    politics and government of
    the pitcairn islands
    • monarch
      elizabeth ii
    • governor
      laura clarke
    • administrator
      nicholas kennedy
    • mayor
      charlene warren-peu
    • deputy mayor
      kevin young
    • supreme court
      chief justice
      charles blackie
    • island council
      chairman
    • recent elections
      • general: 2009
      • 2011
      • 2013
      • mayoral: 2010
    • other countries

    the pitcairn islands are a british overseas territory in the south pacific ocean, with a population of about 50. the politics of the islands takes place in a framework of a parliamentary representative democratic dependency, whereby the mayor is the head of government. the territory's constitution is the local government ordinance of 1964. in terms of population, the pitcairn islands is the smallest democracy in the world.[1]

    the government's administrative offices are in auckland, new zealand.[2]

  • executive branch
  • legislative branch
  • judicial branch
  • see also
  • references

Coat of arms of the Pitcairn Islands.svg
This article is part of a series on the
politics and government of
the Pitcairn Islands

The Pitcairn Islands are a British Overseas Territory in the South Pacific Ocean, with a population of about 50. The politics of the islands takes place in a framework of a parliamentary representative democratic dependency, whereby the Mayor is the head of government. The territory's constitution is the Local Government Ordinance of 1964. In terms of population, the Pitcairn Islands is the smallest democracy in the world.[1]

The government's administrative offices are in Auckland, New Zealand.[2]