PEOPLE Alliance Party (PAP) is still sitting on the fence and remains undecided as to which political group it will team up with to form the government.
This came after reports that PAP plans to join United Democratic Party (UDP) headed by it parliamentary wing leader, Danny Philip, and other small parties to form a coalition group.
Chairman, Sir Nathaniel Waena told the Solomon Star in an interview yesterday that his party hopes to make their final decision tomorrow.
He said his party would want to join a party that would form the next government.
“Our nation needs a credible government that will be able to do things transparently, makes people happy and benefit the nation in long term.
“Therefore our party will want to be part of any group that strives to achieve these goals in the coalition government,” he said.
PAP had four of its candidates elected in the November 19 polls.
They are Willie Marau of Ulawa Ugi, wing leader Milner Tozaka (North Vella La Vella), Freda Tuki (Temotu Vatud) and Duddley Kopu (Temotu Pele).
It’s understood lobbying is intensively underway by four major Political Parties to form a coalition government before the election of the Prime Minister.
The date of the election is yet to be announced.
By EDDIE OSIFELO