Calls for clean lobbying practices

THE Solomon Islands anti-corruption watchdog Transparency International is calling on the political leaders to adhere to clean lobbying practices in the lead-up to Friday’s no confidence vote. Last week, seven government ministers, including the deputy prime minister Douglas Ete, resigned along with an unconfirmed number of government backbenchers. Parliament says a motion submitted by the […]

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