Moetai Brotherson

Moetai Charles Brotherson (born 22 October 1969) is a French politician serving as the member of the National Assembly for the 3rd constituency of French Polynesia since 2017.[1] He has been Vice President of Tavini Huiraatira since 2017. Brotherson was also elected to the Assembly of French Polynesia during the 2018 French Polynesian legislative election, as a member for the Windward Islands.

Moetai Brotherson
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Member of the National Assembly
for French Polynesia's 3rd constituency
Assumed office
21 June 2017
Preceded byJean-Paul Tuaiva
Personal details
Born
Moetai Charles Brotherson

22 October 1969
Papeete, French Polynesia
NationalityFrench
Political partyTavini Huiraatira
OccupationComputer engineer

BiographyEdit

Early careerEdit

A computer engineer by occupation, Brotherson served as chief of staff to Vice President of French Polynesia Antony Géros from 2011 to 2013.

Political involvementEdit

Brotherson has been a municipal councillor of Faaa since the 2008 elections. In the 2017 legislative election, he defeated Patrick Howell, candidate of Tapura Huiraatira in French Polynesia's 3rd constituency, in the second round with 52 % of the vote. He succeeded Jean-Paul Tuaiva. As a parliamentarian, he became a member of the Democratic and Republican Left group.

In the 2018 French Polynesian legislative election, he was subsequently elected to the Assembly of French Polynesia for the Windward Islands.

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Moetai Brotherson, La Voix du Tavini au Palais Bourbon". La Dépêche de Tahiti. 19 June 2017. Retrieved 21 June 2017.