Government agencies in the Solomon Islands are primarily statutory bodies, established and given mandate by Parliament. Such agencies can be found operating across a wide range of fields in the Solomon Islands. Examples include the Solomon Islands Truth and Reconciliation Commission, established in 2008 to provide a state-endorsed and independent forum for addressing unresolved issues resulting from the civil unrest and violent conflict that occurred between 1998 to 2003; and the Solomon Islands Law Reform Commission, which reviews existing laws and contributes to rationalising the country’s legal system.
|National Agencies organisations in Solomon Islands|
|Solomon Islands Broadcasting Corporation (SIBC)||