May 30, 2013

Fiji Parliament House to undergo revamp

07:03 Today (May 30, 2013)
Report by: Roland Koroi

Work is underway to redesign Parliament House at Veiuto in Nasese, Suva.

With plans to downsize the new Parliament, Permanent Secretary to the Prime Minister’s Office Lt Colonel, Pio Tikoduadua says, a task force has been set up to design a more suitable complex.

_"We have a taskforce that is looking at the holistic revamping and rebuilding of the capacity of our complex a committee is looking at it right now the infrastructure , the manor systems, the laws the secretariat its looking at the building."

Tikoduadua says, the cost of the revamp will be known once the new design is completed.

“They have submitted an initial report and I have asked them to go back and tarnish it up a little bit more and adds a few more comments to it.”

The new Parliament Complex will be ready in time for the first sitting of parliament after elections in 2014.


Ateca.V said...

Holistically tarnishing anything they touch.... uh hmm.

Yep - freudian slip ? Or parroting Attorney-General-speak?

Anonymous said...

No need to "tarnish it up a little bit more". It is already sufficiently begrimed. Unintelligent and garbled messages like this are the hallmarks of ignorance.

Anonymous said...

See no evil, hear no evil and speak no evil? Baikaraaikkk! @ the pukari fatty-fatty buma kanakanalefu faces.