The Solomon Islands government says it will adjourn parliament by tomorrow.
The prime minister, Sir Allan Kemakeza, says MPs will hold a debate on provincial governments which have over-stayed their term because of a lack of funds for provincial elections.
Sir Allan says parliament will then adjourn without setting a date for the next meeting.
However, he says parliament will elect a new deputy speaker, following the appointment of Fred Fono as minister of planning.
Sir Allan made no mention of the motion of no-confidence expected to be brought by the former prime minister, Bartholomew Ulufa'alu.