Parliament vote of no-confidence motion 2016

O’Neill’s Government camp to arrive from Alotau soon

Both the Government and Opposition were in camps after the motion of the vote of no-confidence was introduced in Parliament last Friday.

The vote of no confidence will be deliberated and voted on tomorrow when the parliament resumes at 10am  after the seven days adjournment.

Newspaper article results in Speaker’s amicable decision

An ancillary order supports a previous order given by the court. In this case, the previous court order would be for Parliament to reconvene and have the motion of no-confidence introduced, debated and voted on.

As per the Standing Orders of Parliament proceedings, MPs should be given seven days to deliberate on a vote of no-confidence after it is introduced.