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Director Hansard

The Constitution of the Solomon Islands confers on the Parliament the power and responsibility to make laws for the peace, order and good government of the Solomon Islands. Members of Parliament are democratically elected every 4 years to represent one of the 50 seats that make up the single House of the National Parliament. The role of the National Parliament is to make laws, represent constituents and to scrutinize government action including expenditure of public funds.

The Director Hansard is responsible for the management of the Hansard Department ensuring the production of impartial, timely and accurate official records of Parliamentary debates.