The former ruling party in French Polynesia has held its first congress since losing power earlier this year.
The Tahoeraa Huiraatira's annual congress took place in one of its strongholds - the town of Pirae - near the capital Pape'ete.
The party reworked its own constitution, to create a new position of 'president-delegate'.
The former Vice-President of French Polynesia, Edouard Fritch, was appointed to this new role in the party.
But the 73-year-old Gaston Flosse, who was toppled as French Polynesia's President earlier this year, remains the undisputed president of the party which he founded a quarter of a century ago.
The Tahoeraa spokesman, Yves Haupert, said the election of a party president wasn't on the meeting's agenda, adding it was expected to take place 'probably in November'.