Transparency International Vanuatu says it remains gravely concerned about what it dubs the integrity crisis which has seen 15 of the country's politicians convicted and 14 jailed.
The group is marking International Anti-Corruption day today with a call for political reform.
Its chairman Willie Tokon says the group retains faith in the country's judicial system but he says a new parliament to be ushered in next year needs to bring in sweeping changes to the way politics is conducted in Vanuatu.
Dr Tokon says TI Vanuatu has three key requirements, starting with laws to regulate parties and independents, including their financing.
"[Secondly] We need to see the implemention of an accurate electoral roll and voting system that is not subject to abuse. Thirdly we need to revise the standing orders of parliament in regulating the members of parliament's allocations and rules and the use of motions of no confidence."
Transparency Vanuatu's Willie Tokon.
Motions for votes of no confidence votes are common in Vanuatu.