Challenges and proposed reforms
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AS extracted from the Democratic Coalition for Change Government (DCCG) Policy Document, the Government has attributed the incapacity besides the civil unrest and the state’s inability to provide adequate and quality goods and services.
As the current Government is drawing to the end of its tenure, Island Sun saw it fit to provide as much insight as possible on the Government’s policy document.
In a table form, the DCC Government indicated challenges and proposed reforms to tackle these challenges.
|Lack of ethical, accountable,
respected and credible leadership
|Instill ethical, accountable, respected and credible leadership that will provide long-‐term and alternative visions for the country.|
|The absence of a unifying vision
that affirms national identity
|Strengthen national unity through shared visions and agreed
social and economic development goals.
|The absence of long-term
|Establish a Twenty Year National Development Strategy that
will guide social reform and economic advancement.
|Poor Economic Management||Improve economic management and facilitate reforms that will ensure broad-‐based economic development and increased investment opportunities for all Solomon Islanders.|
|Insignificance of private sector-‐
|Promote and facilitate private sector-‐led economic growth.|
|Poor Governance||Improve and enforce good governance values and practices and ensure accountability and transparency at all levels of governance.|
|Growing culture of corruption||Prevent and eradicate corruption in all levels in the country.|
|Absence of personal and
|Ensure that Solomon Islands is a secured, peaceful and
progressive country for all Solomon Islanders.
In acknowledging the challenges, the DCC Government states in it policy document that it is committed to addressing them head on with strong conviction and determination to improve the economy, provide good governance at all levels and improve the livelihood of all Solomon Islanders.
As most citizens may not have access to leisurely analyzing the Government’s Policy document, Island Sun will be publishing as much of it over the coming days.