Private View (336)
Solomon Island’s Parliamentary system is based on the Westminster democratic system of British. A system which requires people from respective constituencies to elect a representative to represent them at the parliament.
IN this week’s piece, which will be the first of two articles on the topic, expression of gratitude is conveyed to the current Chairman and board members of the Royal Solomon Islands Police Health and Welfare Scheme (RSIPHS), the ‘Scheme’, for succeeding another milestone.
POINTING out that three tiny South Pacific nations – Kiribati, Tuvalu and Marshall islands – are “destined to slip below the waves altogether”, feisty Fijian Prime Minister Josaia Bainimarama has appealed to the international community to help Fiji and the other South Pacific island states build resilience to the impact of climatic change, which he described as the “terror of the extreme weather events”.
TRANSPARENCY Solomon Islands understands that a big government delegation has left for Vienna to report on the progress the government has achieved with regard to implementation of the UNAC nationally.
ON 9th of December 2015 during the marking of the International Anti-Corruption Day the nation, applauded as they listened to our Prime Minister Manasseh Sogavare, declared to the nation his government’s commitment to bring about various legislative reforms to tackle corruption within the public sector, the private sector and in any environment where there is corruption in his key note address to open the activities of the day.