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The position of the Speaker of National Parliament is created under Section 64 of the Constitution of Solomon Islands. The Speaker is elected by Members of Parliament every four (4) years in accordance to Order 5 of the Standing Orders of the National Parliament of Solomon Islands.

The role of the Speaker, as specified under Section 65 of the Constitution of Solomon Islands, is to preside over sittings of parliament to ensure that Members conduct themselves in accordance to the Standing Orders of National Parliament.

The Information Communications Technology (ICT) Section manages and maintains all the technology and communications of Parliament.

The Hansard Section is responsible for recording and transcribing what is being said in Parliament.

The Parliament library liaises with other Government departments and other Pacific libraries in updating the collection to make it informative and user friendly for Members of Parliament and other Parliamentary staff.