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Aliki Kelihiano Kalolo, also commonly referred to as Kelihiano Kalolo, is a Tokelauan politician who served as the Head of the Government of Tokelau, or Ulu, from February (or March?) 2012 to February (or March?) 2013 and again since 12 March 2019.

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  • Aliki Kelihiano Kalolo, also commonly referred to as Kelihiano Kalolo, is a Tokelauan politician who served as the Head of the Government of Tokelau, or Ulu, from February (or March?) 2012 to February (or March?) 2013 and again since 12 March 2019. He is a member of the Council for the Ongoing Government of Tokelau, serving as Minister for Foreign Affairs, Education, Economic Development, Natural Resources and the Environment, prior to and then simultaneously to his leadership of the government. The office of Ulu rotates on an annual basis between the faipule of each of the country's three atolls; Kalolo, as faipule of Atafu, took office as Ulu for the first time in 2012.As Ulu, he oversaw the replacement of Tokelau's old ship, the MV Tokelau, which was considered no longer to be safe and seaworthy, with the newer, custom-built PB Matua, provided by New Zealand. In June 2012, Kalolo sacked his Minister for Transport, Foua Toloa, over the latter's insistence that the MV Tokelau was still seaworthy, and New Zealand Foreign Minister Murray McCully's indication that the New Zealand government could not work with Toloa. Toloa's portfolios (Finance, Telecommunications, Energy and Transport) were taken over by the Ulu.Kalolo also oversaw the small country's transition from diesel-powered energy to solar energy, implemented by a New Zealand company.In September 2012, he was appointed Chancellor of the regional University of the South Pacific. Prior to becoming Ulu, he had served as the University's co-ordinator in Tokelau.His term as Ulu ends or ended in March 2013; his successor is Salesio Lui, the faipule of Nukunonu.He became Ulu again in March 2021, replacing Fofo Esera Tuisano. (en)
  • Kerisiano Kalolo, potocznie Keli Hiano Kalolo (ur. prawdopodobnie 1946 roku) – polityk Tokelau, terytorium zależnego Nowej Zelandii, szef jego rządu w latach 2012–2013. (pl)
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  • Kelihiano Kalolo (en)
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  • March 2013 (en)
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  • February 2012 (en)
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  • Kerisiano Kalolo, potocznie Keli Hiano Kalolo (ur. prawdopodobnie 1946 roku) – polityk Tokelau, terytorium zależnego Nowej Zelandii, szef jego rządu w latach 2012–2013. (pl)
  • Aliki Kelihiano Kalolo, also commonly referred to as Kelihiano Kalolo, is a Tokelauan politician who served as the Head of the Government of Tokelau, or Ulu, from February (or March?) 2012 to February (or March?) 2013 and again since 12 March 2019. (en)
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  • Kerisiano Kalolo (en)
  • Keli Hiano Kalolo (pl)
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