June 24, 2013

PM’s Office opens door to public

June 23, 2013 | Filed under: Fiji News | Posted by: newsroom

As Public Service Day approaches lodging a complaint at the Prime Minister’s Office will be made easier.

The PM’s Office will have a booth available outside the Government Building in Suva on Tuesday to receive complaints from the public.

Despite receiving hundreds of complaints daily from individuals, groups, and organisations the director administration and finance in the PM’s Office, Moape Rokosuka, said many lacked documentation.

“This is a way we can clearly relay to the public what they will need to bring with them regarding their grievances and complaints,” Mr Rokosuka said.

The PM’s office will join other ministries on Tuesday to celebrate Public Service Day.

They will have teams set up to look at poverty programmes and assistance like social welfare, and bus fare subsidy.

There will also be a team looking at small grant assistance provided by the PM’s office.

Mr Rokosuka said they would also try to get the Prime Minister, Commodore Voreqe Bainimarama, to be at the booth for an hour because many people had sought an appointment with the PM.

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