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Wednesday, December 19, 2007
GOVERNMENT MINISTER WARNS ABOUT PROJECT

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18/12/2007

A Government Minister warned today that the future of major development projects on Malaita, including palm oil plantations proposed for Auluta in the east and Waisisi in the west is at risk of folding.

The caretaker minister for Agriculture and Livestock, Severino Nuaiasi says the decision by MPs from Malaita Constituencies to desert the current Government has thrown the future of these and other major projects on Malaita in doubt.Mr Nuaiasi is the only MP representing a constituency on Malaita that remains with the government.

The rest have joined the Opposition group.In a statement through Government Communication Unit, Mr Nuaiasi said the Grand Coalition for Change Government is the only government that has focused on major development projects on Malaita.

He said they have palm oil projects proposed for Auluta and Waisisi and major deep seaports at Bina Harbor and Suava Bay to name a few.He said he as minister responsible can confirm that these projects are on line.Mr Nuaiasi said the action by MPs representing Constituencies on Malaita in moving away from the Government has jeopardized the future of these projects.

He said their actions beg the question of whether or not they are interested to create employment opportunities for the people of Malaita.Mr Nuaiasi said the most disappointing thing about the Opposition group is that it has been silent all along on their policy intentions.

Meanwhile, opposition leader Fred Fono says the caretaker minister is ignorant of the way national projects and government programs are being administered.He says the projects which Mr Nuaiasi refer to are on going projects which any new government must continue to support.

Mr Fono says the coalition for national unity and rural development are committed to those national projects.He says if his group came into power, they hope to gain donor and investor confidence once they are in power, something the former Sogavare government had lacked.He says the Coalition for National Unity has already finalised it's policy statement which it will only release when it takes over government.

Mr Fono accuses the caretaker Agriculture minister of engaging in political propaganda to get the people of Malaita to sympathise with the out-going government.
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