Vanuatu's parliament has elected a new speaker.
It's Josias Moli, from Serge Vohor's Union of Moderate Parties coalition.
The next item on parliament's agenda today is electing a new Prime Minister.
This follows reports the UMP has gained more support.
The vote was put off on Monday when a minority faction headed by Ham Lini of the National United Party, boycotted Parliament, starving it of the numbers needed to vote for the creation of a new government.
Mr Vohor and his coalition of six parties and independents are thought likely to assume power.
Mr Vohor, who's a former Prime Minister, had the backing of 28 of the 52 MPs on Monday.