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Frank Fakaotimanava Lui, CNZM (born 19 November, 1935), is a former Premier of the Pacific Island state of Niue. He was elected into office in the General Elections of early 1993, taking over from the interim premiership of Young Vivian, which was put in place following the passing of long-serving Premier Sir Robert Rex in December 1992. Lui was re-elected into office for a second term as Premier in 1996. He lost his seat in the 1999 election, and announced his retirement. Lui was appointed a Companion of the New Zealand Order of Merit in the 1999 Queen's Birthday Honours.

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  • Frank Fakaotimanava Lui (1945) fue un político, Premier de Niue. Fue elegido en las elecciones generales de principios de 1993, tomando el relevo del Premier en funciones, Young Vivian, que había sido nombrado tras el fallecimiento tras muchos años de servicio del Premier Sir Robert Rex en diciembre de 1992. Lui fue reelegido en su cargo para un segundo mandato como Premier en 1996, y finalmente perdió su escaño en las elecciones de 1999, y anunció su retiro.
  • Frank Fakaotimanava Lui CNZM (* 1935 in Alofi) ist ein ehemaliger niueanischer Politiker und Premierminister auf Niue. Lui war vom 9. März 1993 bis 26. März 1999 als Parteiloser Premierminister. Lui wurde 1999 nicht wiedergewählt und ging in den Ruhestand.
  • Frank Lui, né le 19 novembre 1935 à Alofi, est un homme politique niuéen.
  • Frank Fakaotimanava Lui (ur. 1935) - niuański polityk. premier Niue od 9 marca 1993 do 26 marca 1999. Bezpartyjny. Odznaczony nowozelandzkim Order of Merit. Członek Zgromadzenia Niue (Niue Assembly) - parlamentu.
  • Frank Fakaotimanava Lui, CNZM (born 19 November, 1935), is a former Premier of the Pacific Island state of Niue. He was elected into office in the General Elections of early 1993, taking over from the interim premiership of Young Vivian, which was put in place following the passing of long-serving Premier Sir Robert Rex in December 1992. Lui was re-elected into office for a second term as Premier in 1996. He lost his seat in the 1999 election, and announced his retirement. Lui was appointed a Companion of the New Zealand Order of Merit in the 1999 Queen's Birthday Honours.
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  • Frank Fakaotimanava Lui (1945) fue un político, Premier de Niue. Fue elegido en las elecciones generales de principios de 1993, tomando el relevo del Premier en funciones, Young Vivian, que había sido nombrado tras el fallecimiento tras muchos años de servicio del Premier Sir Robert Rex en diciembre de 1992. Lui fue reelegido en su cargo para un segundo mandato como Premier en 1996, y finalmente perdió su escaño en las elecciones de 1999, y anunció su retiro.
  • Frank Fakaotimanava Lui CNZM (* 1935 in Alofi) ist ein ehemaliger niueanischer Politiker und Premierminister auf Niue. Lui war vom 9. März 1993 bis 26. März 1999 als Parteiloser Premierminister. Lui wurde 1999 nicht wiedergewählt und ging in den Ruhestand.
  • Frank Lui, né le 19 novembre 1935 à Alofi, est un homme politique niuéen.
  • Frank Fakaotimanava Lui (ur. 1935) - niuański polityk. premier Niue od 9 marca 1993 do 26 marca 1999. Bezpartyjny. Odznaczony nowozelandzkim Order of Merit. Członek Zgromadzenia Niue (Niue Assembly) - parlamentu.
  • Frank Fakaotimanava Lui, CNZM (born 19 November, 1935), is a former Premier of the Pacific Island state of Niue. He was elected into office in the General Elections of early 1993, taking over from the interim premiership of Young Vivian, which was put in place following the passing of long-serving Premier Sir Robert Rex in December 1992. Lui was re-elected into office for a second term as Premier in 1996. He lost his seat in the 1999 election, and announced his retirement. Lui was raised by his grandparents on Niue after his parents and older siblings migrated to Wellington, New Zealand. His parents sent for him when he was nine years old and he attended Newtown School, Wellington, New Zealand. Soon afterwards, he transferred to Naenae School, Lower Hutt, when his parents took the tenancy of a State house there. Lui left Naenae school in 1950 to attend Wellington High School (of which he is a distinguished alumnus - see also photo on website, reference number 3 below) ). On leaving school, he joined the New Zealand merchant navy, and was immediately caught up in the prolonged and acrimonious waterfront workers strike of 1951. As a young man, he returned to Niue (circa 1956) to care for his grandparents and has lived there since. There, he was subjected to colonial discrimination which motivated him to political activity to change an oppressive, paternalistic system run by the New Zealand Government (e.g., "natives" of Niue were not permitted to buy liquor, and were paid wages lower than ex-patriate New Zealanders). Lui was appointed a Companion of the New Zealand Order of Merit in the 1999 Queen's Birthday Honours.
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