HONIARA City Council mayor, Alfrence Fatai wants to see stability in the administration in order to implement its programme during the four years tenure.
Fatai made the comments as he faces a motion of no confidence after only one year in office.
Fatai said in the history of the council, it had continued to experience changes of leadership.
“I think it is good for the administration to remain for the four years term to deliver its programmes.
“A motion of no confidence is good but it disturbs the flow of any administration,” he said.
He acknowledged that it is the democratic right of individuals to move a motion of no confidence against any leader.
Fatai said he was confident ahead of the motion but claimed politics in Solomon Islands is very unpredictable.
“I can say I have the numbers to defeat the motion.
“However, tomorrow the numbers maybe change,” he said.
The move to oust the Mayor stemmed from his leadership quality and values, which he failed to, maintain in the public, since being elected in February 2015.
The 12 councilors, which include four old faces and eight newcomers, will vote during the motion of no confidence.
The ex-officio members include, Minister of Home Affairs, Manasseh Maelanga, Guadalcanal Premier, Anthony Veke, MP for East Honiara, Douglas Ete, MP for Central Honiara, Moffat Fugui and MP for West Honiara, Namson Tran.
The City Mayor earlier said it is their democratic right and accepted any moves to oust him from the top post.
The mayor was found guilty and was fined for driving under the influence of liquor and still has an outstanding charge of attempt bribe.
By EDDIE OSIFELO