Despite the fact the Malaita Premier Daniel Suidani welcomes the second motion of no confidence against him Wednesday, the motion will most likely be deferred due to peoples power.
The opposition group who claimed their intention to move the motion is in the best interest of the people were proven wrong when their arrival in Auki to move the second motion of no confidence against Premier Suidani only triggered the public to rise up against them.
Reports reaching Solomon Star Auki claimed the controversial Speaker on his way back from Honiara to Auki via MV Taimaheho on Monday night received threats from the public and was lucky to escape unharmed.
As witnessed on Tuesday, as the motion date draws nearer, members of the public turned shops, and public vehicles into notice boards with slogans in support of Premier Suidani and the MARA government.
A large crowd gathered around the Malaita Provincial Assembly yesterday afternoon forcing the MARA executive out from the office including the Provincial Clerk as they took control of the house.
The public is of the view that the Provincial Assembly is their house and they need to lock it as the motion is not in their best interest.
The public demanded that should the motion of no confidence take place today, the MPAs must meet in public in the presence of the people to allow people to listen to the motion debate to see and hear if the mover of the motion really represents their views.
Police were alerted to the Provincial Assembly yesterday where they had a peaceful discussion with the public.
Members of the public assured police that they will not destroy any properties, they are only demanding the opposition group to do the right thing as they feel the motion is not in the best interest of Malaita.
A crowd has been building up in Auki since yesterday and more people are expected to turn up to witness the motion of no confidence should it still go ahead today.
Solomon Star Auki was informed that no orders papers were prepared yesterday which will determine if the motion will go ahead today or not.
By WILSON SAENI
Auki News Bureau