Prime Minister, Peter O’Neill, says there is no reason for the government to be overly concerned by the Vote of No Confidence tomorrow.
Speaking to EMTV News in Alotau this morning, a very confident Prime Minister O’Neill said the government group was confident of prevailing against the Vote of No Confidence.
He said all parties who had originally signed the Alotau Accord during the formation of government would be voting in his favour tomorrow on the floor of parliament.
O’Neill also told EMTV News that at this point, the camp that was in Alotau this week does not see any alternative government to the one that they can provide.
Meanwhile, in Lae a small group of Morobeans have gathered at the Nine Mile junction with placards and posters asking Prime Minister O’Neill to step aside.
Earlier this week, Morobe Governor, Kelly Naru, was unclear in who he would be supporting tomorrow when quizzed on the Vote of No Confidence earlier this week.