Wednesday, 2 July 2008 1:11 PM

Motion of no Confidence

It is disappointing to see that our politicians are only interested in finding faults with each other and ingore the real issues that our country is facing.

I don't think that a motion of no confidence will solve the rising cost of living and the telecom strike. What I think will help is for the politicain who are mandated to make decisions on national issues such as the ones I mentioned above to come togehter and try to find the best way to address these problems.

The nation does have to be subjected to another political crisis again. The experiences we have had since the ethnic tension are enough for our politicans to learn from and work together for a common good for all Solomon Islanders.

Our people are tired of hearing political fighting amongst our politicians, instead, they are in great need of better services and serious developments.

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