The People’s Alliance Party (PAP) says it renders its full support for the Prime Minister, Manasseh Sogavare and his Democratic Coalition for Change Government.
The party discussed its official stand in its first meeting this year at the weekend in Honiara after the formation of the Sogavare-led DCC Government on December 19.
And its official stand was reached ahead of its signing of the Coalition Partnership Agreement with the two major DCC partners, United Democratic Party and Kadere Party.
The meeting agreed that its signing of the coalition partnership agreement affirms its full support for Mr Sogavare and the DCC Government.
And the signing will also pave the way for PAP to resolving a split between its three MPs, Freda Tuki, William Marau and Dudley Kopu and the Executive.
The PAP split is the result of them joining the political camps that operated from the Honiara and Pacific Casino Hotels and the Executive signing a coalition agreement with the camps operating from the Mendana and Iron Bottom Sound Hotels in the tussle over the formation of a new government in December.
The meeting also agreed that the three PAP MPs remain party members although they had resigned because the Executive had not endorsed their resignations.
Meanwhile, PAP Parliamentary Wing Leader, Milner Tozaka who is Foreign Affairs and External Trade Minister, told the meeting that Prime Minister Sogavare supports PAP being a partner of the Democratic Coalition for Change Government.