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TUESDAY 25TH JULY 2017

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A total of 60 Officers from the National Parliament Office, Office of the Leader of Opposition and the Independent Office successfully concluded a two day Outrigger workshop on gender equality from July 19th and 20th respectively at the Paul Tovua Complex.

Dubbed as the first ever in the Pacific region, the gender workshop was jointly hosted by the National Parliament, Solomon Islands Government and Australia Government through Ausaid and Pacific Women Parliamentary Partnership.

It came about after both Clerk to Parliament Clezy Rore and the Director of Parliamentary Civic Education Department Patteson Lusi attended a Pacific Parliamentary workshop jointly hosted by the Federal Parliament of Australia for Clerks and trainers of Pacific Parliaments in November last year.

Clerk to Parliament Clezy Rore told participants at the official opening that one of the recommendation was for Pacific Parliaments to organize workshop or conference on educating Members of Parliament and staff of Parliament on the global concern of gender equality and its relationship to Parliament and politics in the Pacific.

“And I’m proud to announce that Solomon Islands Parliament is the first in the region to organize the Parliamentary workshop after the training workshop held in Canberra last year” the Clerk proudly stated.

With the theme “The Outrigger Navigating Gender Equality through Pacific Parliaments”, the two day workshop allowed both the facilitators and participants to share thoughtful discussions and views on the general understanding of gender.

It had also enhanced and increased knowledge of participants in analyzing and discussing gender issues and its relationship to Parliament and Politics in the Solomon Islands.

Participants have found out in great detail during the workshop that gender equality was not just about women and girls but moreover about equality and equity for both sexes.

Speaker of the National Parliament Mr. Ajilon Nasiu said hosting of this workshop is timely as it also allows participants to explain how gender equality can be translated into the work programs and activities of all the departments of Parliament.

“The workshop is very timely as one of the new concept in cooperated in our 5 years strategic development plan of National Parliament is the gender component in most of the outputs of professional departments of our Parliament” The Speaker explained.

Mr. Nasiu said he has full confidence with his officers who had completed the 2 days module and he believes they will definitely assist Parliament in guiding and directing Members of Parliament on how they influence or make sound decisions on challenges or problems relating to gender equality and legislature.

Mr. Nasiu further added that the current DCCG Government is a strong supporter of gender to address problems and challenges relating to gender and human rights in the country and abroad.

This first ever regional funded workshop was facilitated by staffs of the Parliamentary Civic Education Department and the Clerk of National Parliament, who had attended Parliamentary trainer workshops at both the Bee Hive Parliament in New Zealand in 2015 and Federal Parliament of Australia in Canberra in 2016 respectively.

The official opening was also graced with the presence of the Australian High Commissioner to Solomon Islands His Excellency Roderick Brazier and the Speaker of the National Parliament Ajilon Nasiu.

Another gender workshop that will target our Members of Parliament and champion MPs in the region is expected to happen in September later this year.

FRIDAY 21 JULY 2017

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Staffs from the National Parliament of Solomon Islands have recently undergone Professional Development Trainings facilitated and co-funded by the UNDP Pacific Parliamentary Effective Initiatives and the New Zealand Government’s Foreign Affairs and Trade Aid Program.

This trainings for Committees in Parliament was hosted by the National Parliament of Papua New Guinea, as part of its preparations for the upcoming 10th Parliament’s Inductions Program. Topics discussed during the sessions includes; (a) Introductions to Parliamentary Committees, (b) an Overview of issues facing Committees in Papua New Guinea (c) ensuring Committee’s Systems are Effective (d) Procedural and Administrative Support (e) Research Services for Committees (f) the roles of the Chair and Committee Clerk (g) the Conductions of an Inquiry and (h) planning.

Facilitators at the trainings were the PPEI Coordinators and Committee Clerks from Papua New Guinea Twinned Parliaments - Queensland and Fiji. Guest Facilitators and Resources people were Committee Clerks secured from Trinidad & Tobago, New Zealand and Solomon Islands Parliament respectively.

In her opening remarks, the Deputy UNDP Resident Representative Ms. Tracy Vienings reiterated that Committees are the engine rooms for parliamentary scrutiny, hence it must be well staffed and resourced. Attending to the program were: Mr. Gregory Fineanganofo secretary for the Environmental & Conservation Committee and Public Expenditure Committee; Mr. Whitmon Tabiru, secretary to the Foreign Relations Committee and Mrs. Jasmine Waleafea, Committee Clerk to the Public Accounts Committee.

MONDAY 17TH JULY 2017

Presiding Officers and Clerks (including spouses) from Australia and Pacific Parliaments pose for a group photo. (Photo courtesy of NSW Parliament)
Presiding Officers and Clerks (including spouses) from Australia and Pacific Parliaments pose for a group photo. (Photo courtesy of NSW Parliament)

The Speaker of Parliament, Mr. Ajilon Nasiu, the Clerk Mr. Clezy Rore and the Deputy Clerk Mr. David Kusilifu recently attended the 48th Presiding Officers and Clerks Conference (POCC) in Sydney, Australia. The conference was hosted by the Parliament of New South Wales from Monday 3 to Friday 7 July 2017.

The conference provided a forum for the Presiding Officers and Clerks to discuss roles of the Presiding Officer and the Clerk in the Parliamentary institution. Over 80 delegates from 20 Australian and Pacific Nation Parliaments participated in a program of seminars and activities designed to share valuable ideas and experiences of parliamentary practice and procedure.

Clerk to Parliament Mr. Clezy Rore speaking during the Conference.
Clerk to Parliament Mr. Clezy Rore speaking during the Conference.

The conference also marked the 10th anniversary of the establishment of Parliamentary Twinning. Australian and Pacific parliaments that belong to the Commonwealth Parliamentary Association (CPA) participate in a twinning program that provides the opportunity to enhance relations, exchange information and learn from each other. The concept of twinning is similar to the ‘sister city’ relationships that exist between cities of different countries.

The Solomon Islands National Parliament is twinned with the New South Wales Parliament and the Bougainville House of Representatives. Through the Twinning Program the National Parliament has been able to build on and supplement areas within Parliament where capacity and knowledge required strengthening.

The New Zealand Parliament will host the next POC conference in 2018. The National Parliament wishes to thank the Solomon Islands Government and the Australian High Commission for enabling the National Parliament to attend.

MONDAY 14TH JULY 2017

The Public Accounts Committee (PAC) commences its inquiry into the 2016 Final Budget Outcome (FBO) report as of Tuesday the 11th July and is expected to spill over next week at the National Parliament Conference room.

This is part of PAC’s planned inquiries into tabled reports from the Ministry of Finance and Treasury (MoFT) and Office of the Auditor General (OAG).

PAC Chairman, Hon. Rick Hou, stated that the 2016 FBO report has already been tabled by the Minister of Finance and Treasury thus his Committee under section 62 of the Constitution and under orders 69 of the Parliamentary Standing Orders exercises its oversight role to look into the management of appropriated funds.

Besides considering the Recurrent Estimates and the Development Budget as required, the Public Accounts Committee have taken initiatives to conduct Inquiries on Tabled Papers; in particular Solomon Islands Government Financial Audit Report produced by the Office of the Auditor General.

One of the key responsibilities of the Public Accounts Committee is to examine the public accounts prescribed by Section 38 of the Finance and Audit Act 1978 (and Section 77 of the Public Financial Management Act 2013), together with the report of the Auditor General. The PAC can also summon any public officer to give information on any explanation or to produce any records or documents which the committee requests.

The PAC wishes to exercise financial scrutiny on the 2016 Final Budget Outcome report in light of Sections 52 (1) (a) (b) of the Public Finance Management Act 2013.

“I only wish to remind all of us to be truthful and provide constructive remarks, nor defamation for the cause of this Inquiry,” said the Chairman.

“Not adhering to these instructions and Committee expectations, is a contempt to the Committee and Parliamentary privileges,” he added.

Ministries that have already appeared before the committee since the start of inquiry on Tuesday this week include the Ministry of Finance and Treasury, Ministry of Development Planning and Aid Coordination, Ministry of Mines Energy and rural electrification, Ministry of Forestry and Research, Ministry of Fisheries and Marine Resources, Ministry of Infrastructure Development, Ministry of Home Affairs, Ministry of Agriculture and Livestock, Ministry of Police, National Security and Correctional Services, Ministry of Communications and Aviation and the Ministry of Health and Medical Services.

Other remaining Ministries will follow suit in the coming days.

The recorded sessions of the inquiry will be later broadcasted over SIBC.

MONDAY 10TH JULY 2017

Chairman of the PAC, Hon. Rick Hou with the reps from IMF Asian and Pacific Department Mr. Hidetaka Nishizawa, Ms. Alison Stuart and Mr. Fazurin Jamaludin.
Chairman of the PAC, Hon. Rick Hou with the reps from IMF Asian and Pacific Department Mr. Hidetaka Nishizawa, Ms. Alison Stuart and Mr. Fazurin Jamaludin.

The oversight roles of Parliament can never be more emphasized than through the roles of the Committees. Other conventional procedural tools for oversight are seldom being used as compared to Answers and Questions during Question Time.

However, it is more a daunting task when it comes to financial scrutiny. In the life of the National Parliament of Solomon Islands, the Public Accounts Committee (PAC) along with the Public Expenditure Committee (PEC) were given this mandate.

Besides considering the Recurrent Estimates and the Development Budget as required, the Public Accounts Committee have taken initiatives to conduct Inquiries on Tabled Papers; in particular Solomon Islands Government Financial Audit Report produced by the Office of the Auditor General.

Another aspect of providing oversight in a sense for the Committee, is to be part of economical consultations conducted by both local and international financial monitoring institutions. In the process, the Committee does not only lend its views on the management of public, donor funds and private finances, but it also gained insights on the current economical performances locally, regionally and globally.

Earlier in 2017, the Chairman of the PAC involved in two separate consultation processes conducted by the International Monetary Fund and the Pacific Islands Forum Secretariat. It is through the maintenance of such network that legislative financial scrutiny at the National Parliament of Solomon Islands can continuously demonstrate its credible evolution.

MONDAY 26TH JUNE 2017
1.	invited guests, Excellencies, Representatives of the Diplomatic corp, Speaker and staff of Parliament poses for a photo after the launching ceremony at the Paul Tovua Complex, Parliament House.
1. invited guests, Excellencies, Representatives of the Diplomatic corp, Speaker and staff of Parliament poses for a photo after the launching ceremony at the Paul Tovua Complex, Parliament House.

The National Parliament Office has launched its five year strategy plan 2017 – 2021 on Friday 23rd June 2017 at the National Parliament House, Paul Tovua Complex.

The five year strategy is accompanied by an implementation roadmap that outlines in greater detail the way in which the National Parliament Office will lead the process of implementing activities outlined in the plan.
Parliament aligned this Strategy with the Sustainable Development Goals and the national Development Strategy.

Amongst the four key objectives in the strategy, three of these require public participation. For example:

Objective two: To improve the legislative process in Parliament to ensure enhanced scrutiny and quality of legislation.
Objective three: To improve the capacity of Parliament to provide effective oversight of government

Objective four: To develop the education and outreach work of Parliament and the representative role of MPs
Speaker of Parliament, Mr. Ajilon Jasper Nasiu in his keynote remarks acknowledges the input of the Parliamentary House Committee in the five year strategy and said,” I believed this approach will strengthen the work relations between officials and parliamentarians.”

The Parliamentary House Committee which is chaired by Hon. Derick Manuari resolved that the Strategy Support Unit team produces biannual presentation reports on the progress of implementation. This is a new approach which was missing in the first strategy.

This is parliament’s second comprehensive strategic plan. While devised for implementation at the National Parliament, it belongs not only to the Parliament but represents our promise of service to our Solomon Islands people.
“The Strategy is owned ultimately by all the people represented at Parliament by their Members of Parliament, “Speaker of National Parliament, Mr. Ajilon said.
The Speaker further stress that the truthfulness of the statement “no man is an island” is significant for the National Parliament of Solomon Islands.

However, as a public institution, Parliament cannot afford to work in silo on cross cutting issues such as the law making process itself, the enacting of laws relating to the fight against corruption, climate change, gender, governance, civic education, health, education, freedom of expression and those embedded in the Sustainable Development Goals.

Nevertheless the implementation of this strategy require support, inputs and participation of a broad range of stakeholders both locally and internationally.
He said, if the members of the public are not engaged in making submissions to parliament committees and voice their concerns about bills brought to parliament, then the quality of legislations passed would not improve--not without the peoples’ input.

Thus, this strategy was developed with the intention of enhancing public participation in the existing parliamentary processes such as Committees, Civic Education programs and the media.
He added that the media has a role to inform people about laws passed in parliament and its impact on the people.

Meanwhile, Chair of the Parliamentary House Committee, Hon. Derick Manuari congratulates the Speaker, Clerk and Staff of Parliament for the effort and work to develop the five Strategic plan.

In his remarks he highlighted that the strategy is focus on strengthening the Parliamentary Legislative Process and Parliamentary oversight.
He said both the legislative function and the oversight function are mainly exercised through the work in Committees, therefore, committees constitute the heart of a democratic and functioning Parliament.

Similarly, Hon. Manuari, said an efficient legislative process implies a strong role for parliamentary committees.
“We would like to see that as the SI parliament grows in maturity, the committee section of the National Parliament Office become more central to the work of Parliament,” he said.

Hon. Manuari said the key aspect to this is staffing, the number and quality of staff is an issue not only for Solomon Islands Parliament but also for many other developing countries.
He then assures that his committee fully endorses the strategy’s aim towards Parliamentary Autonomy.

Parliament needs to move towards becoming autonomous from the Executive in terms of taking responsibility for Parliamentary staffing, budget and work planning.
In addition to the central principle of good governance, the move towards autonomy will be an important step in terms of developing the capacity of the Parliament and creating a cadre of specialized Parliamentary staff.

Meanwhile, those who were present at the launching were the Leader of the Opposition, Hon. Jeremiah Manele, Chairs of Parliamentary Committees, Members and staff of Parliament, members of the Diplomatic Corp, particularly, the UNDP Country Manager and Government Officials and Members of the Mainstream Media.

ENDS///

MONDAY 26TH JUNE 2017

This 10th Parliament will commence its sixth meeting on Monday 26th June 2017 purposely to consider at the Committee of the Whole House a joint report by RAMSI & SIG on RAMSI’s 14 year intervention.

The Clerk to Parliament Mr. Clezy Rore confirmed this after he received the statement of Government Business on Thursday 22nd June 2017.
“I have received the statement of Government Business for upcoming parliament sitting and parliament will sit for only two days 26 and 27 June to debate the RAMSI motion and then a special adjournment until 24 July, “Mr. Rore said.
The motion reads:
Motion No.25 – Consider Paper, Regional Assistance Mission to Solomon Islands (RAMSI) 2003 – 2017 by Hon. Manasseh Sogavare, Prime Minister to move:
“That Parliament resolves itself into a Committee of the Whole House to consider National Parliament Paper No.19 of 2017, the ‘Regional Assistance Mission to Solomon Islands (RAMSI) 2003 – 2017: A joint report by the Solomon Islands Government and RAMSI on the 14-year intervention.”
Mr Clezy alerted his officers to plan their proposed activities and tours or hearings before this sitting or after parliament adjourn sine die at the end of this sitting.
In addition to this RAMSI debate a couple of papers and reports are also prepared to be tabled as stated in the Monday 26th Provisional Order Paper.
The total of 12 reports to be tabled are as follows;

By Mr. Ajilon Nasiu, Speaker of National Parliament:

1. Performance Audit of SIVB Marketing & Promotion Program
2. Performance Audit Report on the National Shipping Grant Initiative
3. Special Audit Report: Festival of Pacific Arts 2012 within the Ministry of
Culture & Tourism & Provincial Government Satellite venues
4. Final Audit Report on a Special Investigation into the Financial Management
of the Rennell and Bellona Province for the period 1st April 2012- 31st
December 2014
5. National Parliament of Solomon Islands Strategy Annual Report 2016 Volume 5
By Hon. Snyder Rini, Minister for Finance & Treasury:

6. 2016 Final Budget Outcome
By Mr. Clezy Rore, Clerk to National Parliament:
7. Telecommunications Commissions of Solomon Islands Annual Report 2014
8. Telecommunications Commissions of Solomon Islands Annual Report 2015
9. Telecommunications Commissions of Solomon Islands Annual Report 2016
By Hon. Manasseh Sogavare, Prime Minister:
10. Regional Assistance Mission to Solomon Islands (RAMSI) 2003 – 2017: A Joint
Report by the Solomon Islands Government and RAMSI on the 14 year
Intervention

By Hon. David Day Pacha, Minister for Mines, Energy & Rural Electrification:

11. Annual Report of the Solomon Islands Electricity Authority 2016
12. Annual Report of the Solomon Islands Water Authority 2016
The Prime Minister Hon. Manasseh Sogavare will read the Statement of
Government Business for the week ending Friday 30 June 2017 before adjourning
Parliament for the next sitting day.
Parliament Media and Communications will televise and broadcast the 2 days
sitting via TTV and SIBC.
ENDS///

MONDAY 12 JUNE 2017

The Education and Human Resources Training Committee successfully conducted its 2nd last Inquiry on the Training of Medical Practitioners for Solomon Islands at the Atoifi Adventist Hospital, Monday this week.

Upon their arrival, the Committee was received and greeted with a prestige traditional welcome, organized by the Faculty and the surrounding communities.

The Committee Members then took time to visit some of the hospital’s major wards including the Hospital Kitchen and Laundry Department.

They also had the chance as part of the inquiry to visit the school of Nursing campus to have a glimpse on the trainee nurses classrooms, Library and computer lab. This gave the opportunity for the Education and Human Resources Training Committee to see for themselves the types of medical apparatus or equipment used and the types of training trainee nurses at Atoifi campus acquire.

During the Inquiry, the Committee had sessions with the Hospital Administration and the Staff and students of the Pacific Adventist University School of Nursing, Atoifi Campus, to establish the types and relevance of training, standards of certification and award of qualification for our nurses trained at this Institution.

The Committee also further pursue information on issues generally relating to the necessary support needed to provide a conducive learning environment for human resources training.

The Acting Chief Executive Officer, Mrs Rowena Asugeni and Chief Medical Officer, Dr. Jason Diau commended the visit and stated that it was history in the making, that Parliament took the initiative to visit their campus.

The Committee also heard of the challenges and registered its intention to discuss matters with relevant ministries and authorities when it tables its report after completing all the inquiries with other stakeholders.

It is understood the Committee’s main objective is to examine the types and relevancy of trainings that our trainee medical doctors, nurses, dentist and other health care practitioners have received and are receiving. The submissions and information gathered since conducting their first inquiry will be compiled and put together in a report that will be presented to Parliament.

Members presented during this Atoifi inquiry include the Chairman, Hon. Nestor Giro (MP, Central Makira), Hon. Dr Derek Sikua (MP, North East Guadalcanal), Hon. Dickson Mua Panakitasi (MP, Savo/Russell), Marson Lilopeza (Director Committees) and Jasmine Waleafea (Committee Secretary).

Other supporting secretariat to the team include; Wilson Orisi, Whitmon Tabiru, Philemon Loe, Allen Richard and Hazel Fafale.

The Committee will conclude its Inquiry with Helena Goldie Nursing College, in Munda soon.

FRIDAY 26TH MAY 2017

A total of 22 Female Officers and a senior male staff of the National Parliament Office, have left on Tuesday 23rd May for an education and cultural attachment with the Legislative Assembly of the New South Wales Parliament, Australia

Chairperson of the e-Experience Initiative Mrs. Jasmine Waleafea says the aim of the visit is to enable staff members of the National Parliament Office to experience an informal but educational exposure in the pursuit to bolster aptitude in their work places.
Both the Autonomous Bougainville House of Representative and the National Parliament of Solomon Islands have been benefiting from the Commonwealth Parliamentary Association Partnership, Twinning Arrangements with the New South Wales Parliament since 2007.

This gesture of returning a visit is minimal but yet a reciprocating indicator of the independency and the maturity that Parliament has become, given the technical support gained over the years. The group is anticipating to have session with the various departments who provided parliamentary services at the Legislative Assembly, similarly to the National Parliament Office.

In a statement to commission the team, the Clerk to the National Parliament, Mr. Clezy Rore stated that he and his counterpart, the New South Wales Parliament Clerk, Mr. David Blunt were happy to have supported this initiative. Mr. Rore further congratulated his female Officers for making it possible by raising and also securing funds for the trip.

The group’s Chairperson Mrs. Jasmine Waleafea, assures the Admin that the team will certainly benefited as envisaged and will ensure that they take responsibility as envoys for the National Parliament Office and Solomon Islands as a whole.
The “e”- experiences constitute the values of providing an experience that is educational, provides from exposure, empowerment and an example of women displaying leadership gaits.

Mrs. Waleafea further added that the e-experience was truly an opportunity for them as women to attest to leadership capacity amongst themselves in their work place.
“It is absolutely an avenue to empower ourselves by the challenges we faced when taking up leadership roles in this initiative” Mrs. Waleafea says.

The Team would like to convey their sincere appreciations to Hon. John Moffat Fugui, MP for Central Honiara, the Department of Foreign Affairs, Australia and the Australian High Commission Office in Solomon Islands for funding part of their travelling expenses; the National Parliament Office, the Ministry of Infrastructure Development and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and External Trades for their support besides individual and Members of Parliament who have responded to their appeal in particular; the MP for Temotu Vatud, MP for Temotu Nende, MP for North West Choiseul, MP for West Honiara, MP for East Choiseul, MP for Shortlands, MP for East Guadalcanal, MP for East Are’are, MP for Savo/Russell and MP for Fataleka and Dr. John Patterson (Former UNDP Parliamentary Strengthening Project Manager).
The group is expected to return to Honiara, on Saturday 27th May 2017.

TUESDAY 16 MAY 2017

The medical practitioners.
The medical practitioners who benefitted from the Cuban Medical Student Program during the in-camera hearing in Parliament.

The Education and Human Resources Training Committee resumes inquiry into the training of Medical Practitioners for Solomon Islands on Friday 12th May 2017 at the National Parliament House.

Last year, the Committee embarked on the inquiry with the inclusion of the Ministry of Health and Medical services; the Ministry of Education and Human Resources Development; the Ministry of Development Planning and Aid Coordination and the Solomon Islands National University’s School of Nursing and Health Alliance.

This second phase will involve consultations with individual medical practitioners who benefitted from the Cuban Medical Student Program, before proceeding to visit medical institutions in the country, such as: Atoifi School of Nursing in Malaita and the Helena Goldie College of Nursing in the Western Province.

Hon. Nestor Giro, Chairperson of the EHRTC said, it’s important that the Committee ascertain information by providing an avenue for all stakeholders to contribute in discussing national issues, in relation to Parliament Standing Order 71C.

Hence, the Committee resolves in its terms of reference to inquire into the training and certification of health and medical practitioners in Solomon Islands, in particular the following areas:

  1. Examine the types and relevance of training, standards of certification and award of qualification for medical doctors, nurses, dentists and other health care practitioners;
  2. Review in-service training plans and schemes for medical and health care practitioners provided by government ministries or their sponsors;
  3. Examine any other matter relating to training and practice certification of medical health and care practitioners
  4. Conduct site inspections to existing medical and health facilities;
  5. The said inquiry is to be conducted in parts (Phase 1 and Phase 2); and
  6. Reports to Parliament on its findings and recommendations.

Meanwhile, the hearings held on Friday 12th May 2017 with medical practitioners who benefitted from the Cuban Medical Student Program was an in – camera hearing on the request of the medical practitioners , thus, media and public were not allowed in the conference room where the hearing was held.

Details of the hearing will be made available in a report by the committee and will be access when presented to Parliament.

The Committee is chaired by Hon. Nestor Giro, MP for Central Makira with the following members; Hon. Dickson Mua Panakitasi, MP for Savo/Rusell, Hon. Peter Tom, MP for West Kwaio, Hon. Commis Mewa, MP for Temotu Nende, Hon. Dr. Derek Sikua, MP For North East Guadalcanal, Hon. Andrew Manepora’s, MP for East Are’are and Hon. Matthew Wale, MP for Aoke/Langalanga.

The Committee welcomes submissions from the public concerning its above mentioned terms of reference. Written submissions can be emailed to the Committee Secretary via the following email: jasmine.waleafea@parliament.gov.sb or to the Chairman of the Education & Human Resources Training Committee, National Parliament of Solomon Islands P.O Box G19 Honiara.

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