The Prime Minister’s political party, RMC (Reunification of Movements for Change) will likely be affected if the official criminal complaint lodged to police by the Opposition leader for investigations on PS appointment brings bad results to those targeted on this case.
While the investigations are in progress following the official complaint, many RMC militants including those whose names have been endorsed by the party’s last congress in Port Vila are ready to move out from the group if situation gets worse.
Speaking very recently with two of the proposed candidates to run of RMC’s ticket in the upcoming elections, they all told Vila Times that “at this point of time, we have two choices, to stay in our party if our president will not be affected by this case or we will change our political affiliation to possibly run with another ‘flag’.”
One of the two RMC proposed candidates told Vila Times on condition of anonymity that he wants to run as official candidate with no dirty spots on him but with clean body “as people who are ready to vote for me don’t want to see me running with the colors of a political party which name has been tarnished by its own acts.”
The Opposition leader Ismael Kalsakau has insisted several times that he will go to the end, to see justice prevail after the whole legal process.
Caption: During the last RMC Congress in Port Vila. Photo: Supplied