Speaker confirms receiving motion

The Speaker of Parliament, MP Esmon Sai, confirmed to the Daily Post yesterday afternoon that a Motion of No Confidence was received by the Office of the Speaker last Friday afternoon. However, it is yet to be determined whether or not…

, The Vanua’aku Pati (VP) is loyal to the Salwai-led Government. VP National Coordinator, Avio Roberts, said the party has supported the government since its formation and will continue to support it. “We will make sure that Prime Minister Charlot Salwai…
3 New MPs Ampointed into Vanuatu Government

Prime Minister Charlot Salwai has appointed three new State Ministers; two replacing the ousted former Minister of Public Utilities, Jotham Napat, and former Agriculture Minister Matai Seremaiah, and a reshuffle in the Ministry of Justice. Torres MP Christophe Emelee is…
Vanuatu PM Launches Policy Documents

Several important national documents have been launched recently by Prime Minister (PM), Charlot Salwai, to support the implementation of the National Sustainable Development Plan (NSDP). Also referred to as ‘Vanuatu 2030, the People’s Plan’, the NSDP is the country’s highest policy…
7 MOUs and Cooperation Agreements with China

The Vanuatu Government signed seven different Memorandums of Understanding (MOUs) and Cooperation Agreements with the Chinese Government in the lead-up to the APEC meeting in Papua New Guinea. The signing took place in Port Vila on Friday, 9 November 2018 and…
Vanuatu Government Ministers Sacked

Two Leaders of Party (LPV) Ministers – Minister of Infrastructure and Public Utilities, Jotham Napat and Minister of Agriculture, Livestock, Forestry, Fisheries and Biosecurity, Matai Seremaiah – were terminated yesterday. The Instrument of Removal Orders were signed by Acting Prime Minister…
Pacific leaders call out Indonesia at UN over West Papua

Vanuatu’s prime minister Charlot Salwai, a long time supporter of West Papuan self-determination, told the General Assembly in New York that decolonisation must remain on the UN agenda. He said the Human Rights Council must investigate human rights abuses in…
Sino-Vanuatu relationship remains robust

By Jane Joshua, Daily Post Vanuatu A long journey can be completed only by taking one step at a time. Chinese Ambassador Zhou Haicheng made the remarks on the occasion of the 69th Anniversary of the founding of the People’s…
Vanuatu’s political scene changes rapidly: PM

While administration and political reforms have been conducted worldwide, Oceania has its own narratives. Prime Minister Charlot Salwai made the above statement in his official opening remarks at the Regional Conference on Legal and Regulatory Framework for Political Parties yesterday. The…