SOLOMON ISLANDS CHAMBER OPPOSES MOTION OF NO

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CONFIDENCE IN ULUFA'ALU

HONIARA, Solomon Islands (April 5, 1998 - PACNEWS/Ioane)---The Solomon Islands Chamber of Commerce and Employers, a strong private sector voice in the country, has expressed "grave concern" over last week's motion of no confidence in the government of Prime Minister Bartholomew Ulufa'alu.

A statement from the Chamber's Board says the no confidence motion is not in the best interest of the country during this time of economic and financial hardships.

The economic reforms initiated by the government must be undertaken, it says, adding that this can be achieved only if all sectors of the economy work together.

The Ulufa'alu government's comprehensive reform program needs time to produce results and a change of government at this stage, the Chamber of Commerce and Employers says, can only prolong the hard times being experienced by the Solomon Islands people.

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