Candidates contesting the three constituencies in Choiseul are urged to be honest and tell the truth during their campaign.
Lawyer and Choiseul man John Smith Pitabelema made the call from Taro this week.
Mr Pitabelama claimed voters have already expressed concern about how certain candidates carried out their campaign and the promises they are making.
“Some candidates, especially former MPs, told voters that if they are not re-elected into parliament they will reclaim the assistance they’ve given previously to voters,” Mr Pitabelama said.
He said these kind of assistance include outboard motors, water tanks, and others material goods.
Mr Pitabelama, who is also a former Ombudsman, said this is dishonest on the part of candidates.
He said no candidates have any right to pass untruthful information to voters.
“Outgoing MPs on their campaign trail should be telling people how they spent constituency funding over the past four years and stop making threats and lies.”
BY ELLIOT DAWEA