Tuesday, 3 June 2008 9:52 AM

Food and Industrial Crisis

No doubt, income earners and citizens of SI, will be forced into all sorts of crisis as a result of inevitable increasing prices of fuel and basic food items in Honiara. It's a global phenomena which SI, has to undergo, and expect the worst. Hence, Solomon Islands Government must come in and ensure that this global crisis is addressed, administered, controlled and managed at some level.

Failing to act, no doubt this crisis will give rise to inevitable public disorder from members of the public, and increase industrial disputes, from Unions throughout Solomon Islands.

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