Vanuatu parliament members will discuss proposed political reforms aimed at putting an end to the country's political instability.
Prime Minister Charlot Salwai was in Auckland this week and said proposals were put to the opposition by the ruling party for consultation.
They included reforms on motions of no confidence, in order to minimise instances of politicians crossing the floor for personal gain.
Mr Salwai said changes would need to be made to the constitution in order to introduce new legislation on political parties.
"What we really want is to get everyone - we agree on which part of the consultation. But we know what is the problem and the reason why we are wanting to undertake a review of the consultation. One of the main reasons is to address the political instability that has been affecting the country for so many years."
The new legislation may also include reserved seats for women in parliament.