Members of the Commonwealth

Members of the Commonwealth

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Members of the Commonwealth
country date of Commonwealth membership
United Kingdom 1931
Canada 1931
Australia 1931
New Zealand 1931
South Africa 1931 (left in 1961; rejoined 1994)
India 1947
Pakistan 1947 (left in 1972; rejoined 1989)
Sri Lanka
(formerly Ceylon) 1948
Ghana 1957
Malaysia
(formerly Malaya) 1957
Nigeria 1960
Cyprus 1961
Sierra Leone 1961
Tanzania 1961 (Tanganyika in 1961; Tanzania in 1964 upon union with Zanzibar [member 1963])
Jamaica 1962
Trinidad and Tobago 1962
Uganda 1962
Kenya 1963
Malawi 1964
Malta 1964
Zambia 1964
The Gambia 1965
Singapore 1965
Guyana 1966
Botswana 1966
Lesotho 1966
Barbados 1966
Mauritius 1968
Nauru 1968 (joined as special member; full member since 1999)
Swaziland 1968
Tonga 1970
Samoa (formerly Western Samoa) 1970
Fiji 1971 (left in 1987; rejoined 1997)
Bangladesh 1972
The Bahamas 1973
Grenada 1974
Papua New Guinea 1975
Seychelles 1976
Solomon Islands 1978
Tuvalu 1978 (joined as special member; full member since 2000)
Dominica 1978
Kiribati 1979
Saint Lucia 1979
Saint Vincent and the Grenadines 1979 (joined as special member; full member since 1985)
Vanuatu 1980
Belize 1981
Antigua and Barbuda 1981
Maldives 1982 (joined as special member; full member since 1985)
Saint Kitts and Nevis 1983
Brunei 1984
Namibia 1990
Cameroon 1995
Mozambique 1995
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