List of members of the Legislative Assembly of Western Samoa (1961–1964)

Members of the Legislative Assembly of Western Samoa were elected on 4 February 1961. The 46 members consisted of 41 Samoans elected in single-member constituency and five Europeans elected from a nationwide constituency.

List of membersEdit

Constituency Member Notes
Aana Alofi No. 1 Leaupepe Faatoto
Aana Alofi No. 2 Pilia'e Iuliano
Aana Alofi No. 3 Letelemaana Tala
Aiga i le Tai Mafua Tamoto
Alataua West Taua'iaufa'i Fuifui
Aleipata Itupa i Lalo Amoa Tausilia Speaker
Aleipata Itupa i Luga Sagapolutele Pose
Anoamaa East Iuli Veni
Anoamaa West Tagaloa Siaosi
European Fred Betham Minister for Finance
Frank Nelson Minister for Works and Transport
Peter Plowman
Arno Max Gurau Gurau died in June 1961
Hans Joachim Keil II
Faasaleleaga No. 1 Magele Ate
Faasaleleaga No. 2 Tuilagi Simi Deputy Speaker
Faasaleleaga No. 3 Segi Lafa
Faasaleleaga No. 4 Peseta Uisa
Falealili Tuatagaloa Leutele Te'o Minister for Education
Falealupo Foa'imea Muava'a
Faleata East Vaitagutu Siaki
Faleata West Feaunati Panapa
Falelatai & Samatau Faalavaau Galu Minister for Post Office, Radio & Broadcasting
Gagaemauga No. 1 Tevaga Paletasala
Gagaemauga No. 2 Malotutoatasi Sauni Iiga Kuresa
Gagaemauga No. 3 Leota Lu
Gagaifomauga No. 1 Peseta Seko
Gagaifomauga No. 2 Tu'u Lolesio
Gagaifomauga No. 3 Laauli Paoa
Lefaga & Faleseela Tuaopepe Taula Tame
Lepa Fatialofa Frederick Makisua
Lotofaga Fiame Mata'afa Prime Minister
Palauli East Afoafouvale Misimoa
Palauli le Falefa Fepuleai Mani
Palauli West Faiumu Apete
Safata Anapu Solofa Minister for Justice. Died in 1963
Sagaga le Falefa Laufili Tusani Time
Sagaga le Usoga Leapaitausiliilenuu Sefo
Salega To'omata Lilomaiava Tua Minister for Land
Satupaitea Asiata Lagolago Minister for Agriculture
Siumu Tofaeono Taulima
Vaa o Fonoti Ulualofaiga Talamaivao
Vaimauga East Leniu Fanene Avaona
Vaimauga West Tofaeono Muliaga
Vaisigano East No. 1 Tufuga Fatu Minister for Health
Vaisigano East No. 2 Lesatele Rapi
Source: Parliament of Samoa[1]

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ 1st Parliament of Samoa Parliament of Samoa