The election of the Prime Minister will be held at Parliament House on Wednesday the 24th of April at 9.30am.

Its Wale Against Sogavare for Prime Minister

At the close of nominations yesterday the two candidates, as confirmed by Government House, nominated by their respective party are Mathew Wale and Manasseh Sogavare.

Comments by Certain MPs Worrying: Dr Kabutaulaka

Some comments by Solomon Islands MPs in the lead up to them electing a Prime Minister are worrying, an academic says.
Police will not be permitting any procession or public gathering from now until the election of the Prime Minister on 24 April.

Police Says Procession or Public Gathering Not Permitted

To ensure public safety, the Royal Solomon Islands Police Force (RSIPF) will not permit any application for a procession or public gathering to be held in Honiara City as a lead up to the election of the Prime Minister on 24 April 2019.
Those that endorsed and signed Sogavare’s candidacy were the parliamentary wing leaders of all three party, a show of solidarity among the group.

Sogavare Nominated for PM Post

The Democratic Coalition for Advancement Government (DCAG) has nominated Manasseh Sogavare as its candidate for the upcoming election of the Prime Minister.
PC Luciana Binuika  explaining the police awareness pamphlets to an elder at Kukukm Market.

RSIPF Rolls Out Awareness Program Ahead of PM Election

Officers of the Royal Solomon Islands Police Force (RSIPF), National Crime Prevention Department in Honiara are rolling out an awareness program encouraging members of the community to work together as the newly elected Members of Parliament prepare to appoint a new Prime Minister and a new government.