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The anticipated Opposition sponsored motion of no trust against incumbent Prime Minister Sato Kilman was finally deposited at the office of the Speaker of Parliament MP Maxime Carlot Korman on Tuesday afternoon.
Daily Post contacted the Parliament yesterday to get a confirmation but was unable to get through to the Office of the Speaker. It was told they were probably at a meeting.
But the Daily Post was reliably informed by Opposition sources that the motion of no trust was deposited in the Office of the Speaker.
The Opposition has remained tightlipped on the content of the motion but Opposition sources have confirmed 27 have signed the motion.
The Parliament (Administration) Act says “Parliament or any of its committees must not meet in the periods of December 20th to January 20th and June 20th to July 20th.” While the same Act also states that “an extraordinary session of Parliament may be held at any time at the request of the Speaker, the Prime Minister or the majority of its Members”.