The governor-general of Tuvalu is the official representative of Queen Elizabeth II, and a symbol of the unity and identity of the country. The governor-general is appointed on the advice of the prime minister in consultation with parliament, and acts in accordance with the cabinet and prime minister to perform functions which are largely ceremonial. The governor-general of Tuvalu must be aged between 50 and 65 years, and a citizen of the country. The residence and office of the governor-general is located at Vaiaku in the capital of Funafuti.
|Governor-General organisations in Tuvalu|
|Office of the Governor-General||