Who is the current president of French Polynesia?
oscar tamaru is the current president of french polynesia
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Answer . Hawaiian Islands Easter Island New Zealand American Samoa Cook Islands Marquesas Islands Samoa Society Islands Tonga Funafuti [Tuvalu] . and more.....
In that the French Overseas Collectivities and Territories are specifically excluded from the French-American Income Tax Treaty of 1994 how did French Polynesia access the benefits of the treaty?
French Polynesia has a much more autonomous status than other French overseas collectivities (it is also a pays d'outre-mer, and its executive is called the President of French Polynesia, not the governor of French Polynesia). This status makes it more like an associated state than a dependency of F…rance (similar to the relationship that the Federated States of Micronesia has with the United States). (MORE)
The capital city of French Polynesia is Papeete. To get a visual idea of all the islands of French Polynesia, see the Related Link.
It is one of the three sub-divisions of the Pacific Ocean with the Hawaian Islands to the North, Easter Island to the East and New Zealand marking the Southern extremity. East of Micronesi.
Answer . Tahiti is readily accessible from the east and west coast USA, Hawaii, New Zealand, Australia and Japan. Direct, non-stop flight times are about 8 hours from Los Angeles (daily flights) and Sydney, 5 hours from Auckland and Honolulu, 12 hours from New York.
Depends where you fly through. Chances are you will have at least one stop over, probably at LAX. You are looking at 5 hours to LAX and another 9 hours. So 14-15 hours not including layovers.
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The current vice president of China is Li Yuanchao. Before hebecame vice president, he was the secretary of Jiangsu from 2002 to2007.
No, it is a Pacific Ocean region stretching from Hawaii in the north to New Zealand in the south and Easter Island in the east.
Before European colonization, the islands were ruled by local chiefs. The Pomare Dynasty reigned over Tahiti until Queen Pomare IV, under considerable pressure, signed a treaty with France in 1843, making it a French protectorate. Her son abdicated in 1880, and the islands became a colony of France.… In 1957 French Polynesia became a French overseas territory, further constitutional changes in 1977, 1984, and 1990 increased local autonomy. In 1992 France suspended its controversial programme of nuclear testing in the area (the first test had been in 1966), but in 1995 and 1996 a further series of tests was carried out. France signed the South Pacific Nuclear Free Zone Treaty in 1996. (MORE)
It is a state in the United States, but it is the northernmost extension in the Polynesian triangle. The first people who came to Hawaii were Polynesian.
3.8 Million. is very wrong as New Zealand is in the polynesian region and new zealand has over 4 million i don't actually know it for sure though ;P hehe sorry :(
There are many Polynesian languages spoken in French Polynesia. Itjust depends on the island. The main Polynesian language isTahitian (from Tahiti) but French is now the most spoken languagesince everything is conducted in French (business, school, TV,etc.). On the other hand, the Polynesian languag…es are much more preservedin French Polynesia than in Hawai, where the English language isdestroying the local culture. Tahitian, French. (MORE)
Barack Obama is the current president, and George W. Bush was the president before him.
i dont know for sure but i know they have alot of mountains and hills. it also has planes and gassy aireas.
Tahiti is the largest island in French Polynesia, but not the only island in it.
Polynesia was discovered by a fisherman named HawaiÃ¢??iloa. He isalso credited with discovering Hawaii which is one of the islandsof Polynesia.
Miss Tahiti participated seven times in the 1960's - 1980's and placed in the top 12 twice. See http://www.pageant-almanac.com/miss-universe/parade/tahiti.php
The French Pacific territories of French Polynesia, New Caledonia and Wallis and Futuna all use the CPF Franc (currency code XPF). This currency is fixed to the Euro at a rate of 8.38 euros = 1000 XPF.
Tahiti is both the largest & most populous with 178 thousand & 133 people at last count & raiatea the second largest had 12 thousand & 24 people
France has no monarchy, they were deposed in the rather bloody revolution. France is no longer a monarchy, meaning it has no queen
The inhabitants of French Polynesia provide food for themselves by mainly fishing, animal husbandry, and gardening. The main foods of their diet consists of taro, breadfruit, sweet potatoes, and manioc. Fish, pork, taro, breadfruit, and sweet potatoes are eaten at weddings.
No it is not, it is part of Melanesia. It was a British Colony until 1970 (the Union Jack is still part of it's flag today).
French Polynesia is in the continent region of Oceania. Oceania isthe region centered on the Islands of the tropical Pacific Ocean.
Some years after the Revolution and the execution of Loius XVI,* Napolean I declared himself Emperor. He reigned for more than ten years and then the younger brother of Louis XVI, Louis 18th, ruled for a short time. Napoleon I returned to power again for about 100 days followed by Louis XVIII again …who reigned for 10 years, followed by his brother Charles X, the younger brother of Louis XVIII (died August 2nd 1830). Louis-Phillipe I was next (Sixth generation descendant of Louis XIII in the male line and fifth cousin of Louis XVI, Louis XVIII and Charles X) followed by the nephew of Napolean I, Napoleon III. The monarchy was then abolished after the reign of Napolean III. His son, Louis Napoleon, Prince Imperial was a claimant to the throne, he died in battle in Africa which destroyed the hopes of many that the Bonaparte dynasty might once again rule France. There are many royal/aristocratic French families still remaining with Royal connections, including the House of Bonaparte, of which the Head is Jean-Christophe, Prince Napoleon. If the French monarchy were to be restored, it would not be difficult to find an heir, even the English royal family have a claim. The Dukes of Beaufort are directly descended in the male line to the House of Plantagenet and thus the throne of France. . (*During the time that the Monarcy was abolished, Louis XVI and Marie Antoinette's son, Louis XVII was placed as the de jure successor and heir but was not a reigning monarchy) (MORE)
French Guiana is part of France. It is a French overseas DÃ©partement . There is no "leader" and the localadministrators report back to Paris.
French polynesia is part of France, it is a "collectivitÃ© d'outre-mer". The French Government takes care of the administration and French is the official language, even though the dalects are still used and taught in school.
No, it is not. The French Polynesia is a dependent territory of France and therefore lacks sovereignty (UN members must be sovereign states). French Polynesian foreign diplomatic relations are the responsibility of France.
Evening attire for men is usually a shirt and slacks; womentypically wear a long, brightly colored dress (slacks or longskirts help to keep biting sand flies away from your ankles). Womensunbathe topless at most beaches. Shorts are acceptable during theday almost everywhere. Outside Papeete, the sta…ndard attire forwomen is the colorful wraparound sarong known in Tahitian as a pareu, which can be tied in a multitude of ways into dresses,blouses, or skirts. (MORE)
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The five most recent Presidents before Obama were George W. Bush, Bill Clinton, George H. W. Bush, Ronald Reagan and Jimmy Carter.
about 7 to 9 hour. it depends on the weather and wheir the wind is blowing
In French Polynesia there is a lot of over fishing. In Melanesiathere is pollution and sanitary issues. In Micronesia pollution isI giant problem.
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French Polynesia have a Parliamentary System of Government. The head of government is elected by the simple majority vote within the assembly
idk dont ask me look it up somewhere else ......k? u never ask a 18 year old
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The Islands of Polynesia - are found in the middle of the Pacific ocean !
This is a difficult question to answer objectively, since it callsfor an opinion and invites partisans (people from each politicalparty) to respond. Those who support President Obama believe he hasdone a commendable job with a very difficult set of circumstances.They point to such accomplishments as… stopping the country fromsinking into an economic depression, saving the American autoindustry, expanding health care access for millions of Americans,leading the mission that ultimately killed Osama Bin Laden, endingthe war in Iraq, and championing equal pay for equal work forwomen. They would also say the fact that he was re-elected showsthat Americans believe he is moving the country in the rightdirection, even if the economy has not recovered as quickly as hewould have liked. Those who oppose President Obama believe he has not done enough tofix the economy and in fact they believe he has made it worse. Theybelieve he has not been sufficiently strong with America's enemies,that he has expanded the government too much, and that he is noteffective as a leader. He has said that he intends to grant amnestyto illegal aliens if Congress does not pass immigration reform. Hehas already instructed the justice department to ignore the defenseof marriage law and not to enforce the immigration law and some ofthe details of Obamacare. In short, he has failed to enforce the law, but has effectivelychanged it without recourse to Congress. He is not concerned aboutbeing impeached since Democrats control the Senate. The war inAfghanistan is still going on and he decided to start bombing inSyria . Thus, whether you are a Democrat or a Republican will influenceyour answer to the question of whether President Obama is a goodpresident. (MORE)
There are currently 11 French Overseas Territories remaining ofwhat was the extensive holdings of the French Colonial Empire. They include: . French Guiana (South America) . French Polynesia (South Pacific Ocean) . Guadeloupe (Antilles) . Martinique (Antilles) . Mayotte (Africa - Mazambique Ch…annel) . New Caledonia (South Pacific Ocean) . Reunion (Africa - Indian Ocean) . Saint Barthelemy (Antilles) . Saint Martin (Antilles) . Saint Pierre and Miquelon (Southeast of Canada) . Wallis and Futuna (South Pacific Ocean) (MORE)
Yes there are mountains in the French Polynesia. There are 186 mountains in total. They include Aiguille Nord and Mont Mokoto.
US President Barack Obama is most frequently compared to previous US president George W. Bush.
the french made up french polynesia, and i think they like govern french polynesia... idkk
They are 5500 miles (approximate distance) away from each other. Note that this is astraight distance between the two places. The actual distance may varyaccording to the flight path or road/sea route chosen.
Yes, effective May 29, 2013, as the same-sex marriage law passed by the French Parliament on April 23, 2013 explicitly applies there.
It is made up of several groups of Polynesian islands, the most famous island being Tahiti in the Society Island group, which is also the most populous island and the seat of the capital of the territory (Papeete)
You really dont need to know French while traveling in FrenchPolynesya because you could just have a translator instead but itwould be helpful.
Through being an overseas territory of France, it has rights and privileges afforded to it by the European Union.
The time required for flight between the above places is 10.25 hrs. Average speed of 500 miles/hour is used to calculate the time. This time is inclusive of the landing and take off times. However, the time required for the baggage and security checking has not been added. The actual time may change… depending on the flight path chosen. (MORE)
Frace has an amount of Christians in its borders,so it sounds toreason France would celebrate Christmas