PEOPLE of Burns creek community in east Honiara have vowed to stay out of any disturbance that may occur should the motion of no confidence proceeds on this Friday.
This was revealed to this paper by community chief, John Seti Iromea yesterday.
He made the stand after members of his community were being urges by visited by the Police Commissioner, Frank Prendergast during a community policing talk last Sunday.
“We have supported the Commissioner’s call and we will comply. We are not interested in politics and all the leaders that attended the talks have supported the move.
“Our youths especially boys have not interested in involving in unlawful activities anymore,” Chief Iromea told the Solomon star.
“We feel that the motion of no confidence is not for the people of Solomon Islands but for the sake of the interest of the Members of Parliament (MP) themselves.
“We are seek and tired of the same old political games so we have decided not to involve in politics and other situations besides that,” he added.
Chief Iromea moved on to state that with the current situation, his community in Burns creek will continue to support any government of the day.
“We are happy that Prime Minister Sogavare has cleaned up his government recently. And we don’t see any reason why he has to be removed as the head of the DCC government.
“Otherwise, we support any government that comes into power,” the community chief said.
Meanwhile, Mr Iromea called on all MPs in the current house to stop serving their own interest but the interests of the country itself.
By RONALD TOITO’ONA