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‘Etuate Lavulavu is a Tongan politician and former member of the Legislative Assembly of Tonga. He was an MP for Vavaʻu.

Lavulavu graduated with a Bachelor of Arts from Brigham Young University–Hawaii followed by a Master of Arts from Brigham Young University in Utah. He was first elected to the Legislative Assembly in the 2002 election. He lost his seat in 2005, but was re-elected in the 2008 election. A Deseret Article posted 2003 reports of his criminal allocations in which he was allegedly granted bail. There are no records that he completed a Masters program.

In 2003 Lavulavu apologised to the House after an altarcation with fellow MP ʻAkilisi Pohiva.<ref>{{#invoke:citation/CS1|citation |CitationClass=web }}</ref> In 2004 he was suspended from Parliament for three days for disrupting the proceedings of the House.<ref>{{#invoke:citation/CS1|citation |CitationClass=web }}</ref>

In the November 2010 general election, standing in newly districted single-seat constituency of Vavaʻu 14, he lost his seat to Lisiate ‘Akolo, obtaining 540 votes (22.7%) to ‘Akolo's 665 (28%).<ref>"Outer islands results", Matangi Tonga</ref>

Lavulavu is a Latter Day Saint.


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‘Etuate Lavulavu is a Tongan politician and former member of the Legislative Assembly of Tonga. He was an MP for Vavaʻu.

Lavulavu graduated with a Bachelor of Arts from Brigham Young University–Hawaii followed by a Master of Arts from Brigham Young University in Utah. He was first elected to the Legislative Assembly in the 2002 election. He lost his seat in 2005, but was re-elected in the 2008 election. A Deseret Article posted 2003 reports of his criminal allocations in which he was allegedly granted bail. There are no records that he completed a Masters program.

In 2003 Lavulavu apologised to the House after an altarcation with fellow MP ʻAkilisi Pohiva.<ref>{{#invoke:citation/CS1|citation |CitationClass=web }}</ref> In 2004 he was suspended from Parliament for three days for disrupting the proceedings of the House.<ref>{{#invoke:citation/CS1|citation |CitationClass=web }}</ref>

In the November 2010 general election, standing in newly districted single-seat constituency of Vavaʻu 14, he lost his seat to Lisiate ‘Akolo, obtaining 540 votes (22.7%) to ‘Akolo's 665 (28%).<ref>"Outer islands results", Matangi Tonga</ref>

Lavulavu is a Latter Day Saint.


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