Reports of MPs switching sides
A prominent sports personality, Geroge Fanai Abana, says the timing of the voting for the new Prime Minister next week is like another anxious time for the civilians of Solomon Islands.
Mr Abana says already there is talk of heavy lobbying involving millions of dollars by the deposed camp, AIMP and their PAP allies.
He says that some of the MPS who crossed the floor Wednesday have reportedly returned to their previous partners in Honiara Hotel again.
Mr Abana says MPs should remember the destruction witnessed last week and not repeat the same mistakes for the sake of Solomon Islands and the country's future children.
He says that there are also desperate expatriates not only Asians with millions of dollars vying to buy votes for their own interest.
Mr Abana says the public today has no trust on the leadership of any AIMP or PAP camps.