Thursday, April 22, 2010

People’s Charter meeting underway


The third National People’s Charter Advisory Council (NPCAC) meeting is currently underway in Suva.

It will be reviewing reports submitted by various ministries into their operations.

NPCAC Chairman Josefa Serulagilagi said the have already received all except reports from four out of the 23 ministries.

“What we will now do is go down and do physical checks based on the reports to ensure that whatever has been given in paper is really happening on the ground,” he said.

He said these are all part of Government reforms.

The physical checks are expected to carry on from now until May into the ministries who have submitted their reports.

Comments are expected later today on what action will be taken against those ministries who are yet to hand in their reports.

Serulagilagi believes the destiny of Fiji lies in the hands of her people and they have to make the best of the current situation in the country.

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