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Kilman confident ahead of Parliamentary vote for PM

Kilman confident ahead of Parliamentary vote for PM

Updated 19 November 2012, 9:49 AEDT

It's the day of truth in Vanuatu politics.

Parliament will meet to elect a new Prime Minister following the national election three weeks ago.

Since then two loose coalitions have claimed they have the numbers in the 52 seat Parliament to form government.

Over the weekend caretaker Prime Minister, Sato Kilman and deputy prime minister, Ham Lini, claimed to have the support of 31 MPs from the National United Party, Reunification of Movements for Change, Nagriamel Custom Movement and Vanuatu National Party.

Presenter:Sean Dorney, Pacific correspondent, Australia Network

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