The MSG 2038 Prosperity for All Plan
The MSG 2038 Prosperity for All Plan, (i.e. this document) was formulated by a Group of experienced and highly qualified Eminent Persons appointed by their respective Governments to review MSG’s performance since the establishment of the organization in 1988 by carrying out Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities and Threats (SWOT) analysis, conduct stakeholder consultations, and using tests such the market test, subsidiary test and sovereignty test to define priorities, developing common objective interests (COI) and mapping out a new Vision, direction and Plan for the MSG to 2038.
The MSG Leaders at their bi-annual Summit in Noumea, New Caledonia on 20 June 2013, and recalling their earlier decision to appoint the Eminent Persons Group and in considering their Report::-
(i) Acknowledged with deep appreciation the work and commitment of the EPG Members which comprised Mr KaliopateTavola representing Fiji, Hon. Manasseh Sogavare, MP representing Solomon Islands, Hon. Joe Natuman, MP representing Vanuatu, Hon. Roch Wamytan representing the FLNKS and Mr Leonard Louma representing Papua New Guinea;
(ii) Acknowledged with deep appreciation the exemplary Leadership of Mr Tavola as the Leader of the EPG ;
(iii) Acknowledged with deep appreciation the support of the Secretariat to the EPG;
(iv) Adopted the EPG Report;
(v) Endorsed the recommendations on the Report by the FMM; and
(vi) Agreed to task the Secretariat to develop an implementation plan and a communication strategy for the Report.
By adopting the Report, the Leaders gave their blessings for the document to be the New Plan for the MSG. Therefore, all the recommendations contained in this document reflects the Leaders Vision and direction for the MSG.
The overall Common Objective Interest or Goal of the Plan is Enhanced MSG Sub-Regionalism (EMSGSR) to achieve the new Vision and direction of the MSG ...