The senior government MP said, so far, it was not clear whether or not Parliament will convene the proposed meeting in mid-July due to the upcoming festival of pacific arts.
In a subsequent interview, a source within Opposition office said they have been informed that Prime Minister Lilo was likely to move the meeting to August.
The MP claimed PM Lilo feared the Opposition might plan to move motion of no confidence in the upcoming Parliament meeting.
He told this paper, senior government ministers are aware of the fact that there are outstanding issues Mr Lilo owed an explanation to the people of Solomon Islands.
The source claimed the government also want to avoid the supplementary appropriation bill that was supposed to be passed in Parliament mid-July.
The Office of the Clerk to National Parliament had confirmed there were no advice from the Prime Minister's Office on a date for Parliament to convene.
The Opposition source claimed they were aware that the NCRA government was playing political propaganda to distract the Opposition group to lure Opposition MP’s.
Meanwhile an insider within Prime Minister’s Office rebutted such claim saying that it was laughable and currently NCRA government remain solid and no such thing as the government in fear of a no confidence motion.
By Elliot Dawea
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