Cabinet of Niue - Frank Lui

Frank Lui

(9 March 1993 - 26 March 1999)

  • Hon.Terry Coe
  • Hon.O'love Tauveve Jacobsen
  • Hon.Fisa Igilisi Pihigia

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Frank Lui

Frank Fakaotimanava Lui, CNZM (born 1945), 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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