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Monday, July 09, 2007

The Grand Coalition for change government leader and Prime Minister for Solomon Islands says his government is committed to uphold laws.

Prime Minister Manasseh Sogavare has assured the country that his Grand Coalition for Change government is committed to uphold the laws of Solomon Islands.

He was speaking at the country's 29th independence anniversary celebrations at the Malaita provincial capital, Auki last Friday.

Mr Sogavare said although some decisions and actions of his government could be seen as controversial, they were done within the country's laws.

He said government's responsibility is to protect the sovereignty and independence of the country even when it needed to compromise to accommodate a foreign intervention.

On the Regional Assistance Mission to Solomon Islands, the Prime Minister said there were times when his government disagreed with the mission on important national issues.

But he said RAMSI deserves the country's unreserved commendation for bringing peace and stability which allows government to implement its policies.

"I must admit at times we are at odds on important national issues . The government takes that as a sign of healthy relationship premised on the principal of partnership. May I assure the people that government will allow nothing that will undermined the safety and security of its people in its dealings with RAMSI."

Source: SIBC

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