Vanuatu Daily News Digest | 15 June 2015Posted: June 15, 2015
Not a lot today. Former government strategists are blamed for the downfall of the Natuman Government. Apparently MP Samson Samsen said he would vote for Natuman and testify against Carcasses in the bribery case, but failed to honour the promise. Hosea Nevu and Morkin Stevens simply crossed the floor five minutes before the motion was voted last Thursday, says Daily Post. Radio Vanuatu today has the new PM, Sato Kilman, urging DGs in all departments to work with him in the new government. Radio News announced a Nagriamel leadership congress in Radio News. This is to deal with Nagriamel floor crossers and the candidates for the Luganville municipal elections.