DESPITE being in the minority, the Opposition Group will still move the motion of no confidence against Prime Minister Manasseh Sogavare tomorrow.
Leader of Opposition Jeremiah Manele confirmed this to the Solomon Star on Wednesday.
He said his group sees moving the motion not only as a way to remove the Prime Minister but an opportunity to ask the government on the many pending controversial issues.
And the government must respond and clarify issues and allegations labeled against them, said the Opposition Leader.
“Yes, we have agreed we will still move the motion regardless of the less number that we have. There are a number of issues we raised over the last nine months or so that need answers from the government,” he added.
Mr Manele stressed the importance of moving the motion as equally important for the government to clarify issues to the people.
“This is an opportunity to ask the government issues the Opposition group have been raising for the last nine months,” he said.
He said this includes some of the recent issues pertaining to the political upheaval by the resigned Ministers from the Democratic Coalition for Change Government (DCCG).
By BRADFORD THEONOMI