Nauru: Political System
According to DISEASESLEARNING.COM, the official name of the country is:
|Republic of Nauru|
Nauru is a parliamentary republic that can also be described as a presidential-parliamentary republic in the Commonwealth of Nations. See AbbreviationFinder for more information about Nauru politics, and acronyms as well.
The parliament with 18 members is elected for three years, and the president also holds office for the same length of time. You can vote from the age of 20.
There is only one party, the Democratic Party of Nauru, DPN. Kinship associations form further interest groups, which are to be understood as “quasi-parties”. This is also reflected in the number of districts.
The tiny state, the island is 7 km long and 5 km wide, is divided into the following 14 districts: Aiwo, Anabar, Anetan, Anibare, Baiti, Boe, Buada, Denigomodu, Ewa, Ijuw, Meneng, Nibok, Uaboe and Yaren.
The national anthem of a country is usually a piece of music underlaid with a text, which is intended to express the state, attitude to life or national feeling of a country. It is usually played on particularly festive occasions, such as state visits, on special holidays or to honor politicians, business leaders, etc. But also at the award ceremony on the occasion of international sporting events, such as the Olympic Games, the Tour de France or World and European Championships the national anthem of the respective winning country for performance.
Based on flag descriptions by Countryaah.com, the national anthem of Nauru is called “Nauru bwiema, ngaba ma auwe”.
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In the original text it reads:
|Nauru bwiema, ngaba ma auwe.Ma dedaro bwe dogum, mo otata bet egom.
Atsin ngago bwien okor, ama bagadugu
Epoa ngabuna ri nan orre bet imur.
Ama memag ma nan epodan eredu won engiden,
Miyan aema ngeiyin ouge,
Nauru eko dogin!
In English translation
|Nauru our homeland, the land we love dearly.We all pray for you and also praise your name.
You have been home to our great ancestors for ages
and will be for many more generations.
We all agree:
In English translation
|Nauru our homeland, the land we dearly love,We all pray for you and we also praise your name.
Since long ago you have been the home of our great forefathers
And will be for generations yet to come.
We all join in together and say;
Nauru for evermore!