His Excellency Kessai H. Note, President of the Republic of the Marshall Islands responded to Dr. Halapua’s presentation by pointing out that the planet is being pushed by an invisible hand to come together, and this trend is being accelerated by globalization. The President underscored the fact that, like it or not, globalization is here and the Pacific Islands had better be prepared for it.
Monday’s (January 15th’s) vote of "no confidence," turned into a vote of confidence for President Kessai Note, as 19 Nitijela members voted for the current government, ending the move by the opposition to unseat Note’s one-year-old administration.
September 21, 2000 MARSHALL ISLANDS NEWS BULLETIN NO. 10 The President of the Marshall Islands, the Honorable Kessai H. Note, is shown in the photos at left being greeted by Clay Maitland, managing partner of IRI, on his arrival at the Reston, Virginia head office.