Thank you Dr. Tara for your analytical and thought provoking article that painted the true picture of the last four years.
I pledge no addition or edition of your opinion but simply to ask those who are intending to contest the next election not to hide behind politic rhetoric to confuse the voters to vote for you.
Please give us a clear definition of how our villages are going to included in your plan and do not cover it with pictures of utopia because we know things will get tougher.
We want people who can distiguish between their entitlements and public money.
Marginalization of the villges in meaningful development of villages is an old issue, we have hoped to instill change in the previous elections but failed.
Most new MPs who we banked on were caught unprepared by, gold, glory and you name it.
In this election the loudest voice calling for change are the existing politicians and they are doing this by forming Political Parties left, right and centre. Is this not a political ploy to divid us to vote them in, only to find that they throw their different colours and wear the same coats we see in the last house?
Old times we know your works and some a below satisfactory, you have nothing to prove cause your history has already proven who you are and what you are capable of doing.
New Kids on the Block, please if you are going to represent us then go in and do not be lured by power,money and entertainment. We want our villages to have good water supply, sanitation, improved housing, road systems and skills to run our canteens, grow our cocoa, coconut plantations etc. We want to be players in the economic activities in this nation.
We believe you have enough money to achieve the above in the next 12 yearts if our friend in need and indeed Taiwan continues t help us
Please do not confuse us in the name of dialogue by linking us with the Arab league, they have enough internal problems. Please do not allow us to bear part of their problem. History has shown over and over again that money is linked to human resource.
Old Timers there is still time for you to change your attitudes to deserve our votes. There is room for improvements
New candidates you must be a changed person to induce change . For we can only offer what we have.
Let us forget about "Bottom up Approach", Rural Advancement" and Rural Development to talk more about Village Development, after all Solomon Islands is made up of villages.
God Bless our villages and Solomon Islands
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