By Godwin Ligo, Jan 17, 2018, Daily Post The Government is on shaky ground with the recent cabinet reshuffling, and talks of more reshuffling. It is an indicator of political instability and diverts the focus on issues of national interest and development.…
Two members of parliament from Vanuatu’s opposition have joined a government party in a move described as being good for West Papua. The Daily Post reporeds that two Sanma Province MPs, Hosea Nevu and Marc Ati, have both left the People’s Progress…
Vanuatu PM rejects Kilman foreign policy advice

Vanuatu’s Prime Minister Charlot Salwai has described criticism of his government’s foreign policy by his predecessor Sato Kilman as misleading. In comments to RNZ International this week, Mr Kilman suggested that the government was not being consistent with its foreign…