The Prime Minister, Manasseh Sogavare has called on Members of Parliament to grow up from their political nappies.
Mr Sogavare made the call after he had been told a group of MPs has started talking about moving a no confidence motion against him in six or nine months.
He said he does not know why they should do that, and calls on them to show mature attitude.
The Prime Minister claimed Solomon Islanders expect so much from his government and the MPs who started talking about the no confidence motion need work and show commitment.
He said MPs should put national interests ahead of their own pre-conceived interests, adding the new political culture is taking root in Solomon Islands politics.
Mr Sogavare said generally people feel his government and the 10th Parliament will bring new hopes to them.
“This is an obligation we must all meet.”
He said surely the 10th Parliament will not want to repeat what happened before when the Ninth Parliament had two prime ministers and the Eighth Parliament, three prime ministers.
Prime Minister Sogavare who was one of the three Prime Ministers in the Eighth Parliament vowed to ensure his government survive the full four-year term in office.
– George Atkin