“Tasol yu save pinis, Sukundi ia, planim n stap.Pasin bilong politics I olsem, ol arapela ting ol I nap mekim senis, orait noken wari long dispela tingting bilong ol. Gavman bilong yu bai stap 2012 na bai igo ken long narapela taim I kam (You already know, Sukindimi, already there and will stay. Do no worry about those who want to change government. The government will remain up to 2012 and beyond).”
Sir Michael took the time to update his people on the status quo of his government’s performance, including last week’s notice by the opposition to sponsor a vote of no-confidence in his government.
The notice was delivered to the Speaker, who later on adjourned parliament to November.
Parliament was in uproar last Thursday when government sabotaged the opposition’s attempt to move a vote of no-confidence against it.
Sir Michael said his government has made significant contributions to advance the country over the last two terms and would continue to do so up to 2012 and beyond.