Saturday, 28 July 2007 10:35 AM

PAP to Decide on Motion Today

The Peoples Alliance Party, PAP will today hold a meeting to decide on the upcoming motion of no confidence on the Prime Minister.

PAP Parliamentary Wing Leader and MP for North-west Choiseul, Clement Kengava, told the SIBC that a special Interim Executive Committee meeting will decide on whether the motion is in the nation's interest.

Mr Kengava went on to say that if the motion is not in the nation's interest then the party will not support the motion. Mr Kengava said that contrary what many may say, PAP still has three members in Parliament.

Sir Allan Kemakeza is in the Opposition Camp, Augustine Taneko with the Government and Mr Kengava maintaining the party as an independent group in Parliament.

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