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PM ‘not’ satisfied with civil servants, but are they with you Frank?

October 15, 2009
 Bloggers, well the idiot from Kuiva continues with his folly. I challenge Frank, if he is the man he claims to be and had the guts, to really find out for himself, what the Civil Servants truly think of him, his wannabe reforms and his stooges he’s placed in positions of power, then let him do an anonymous survey with independent observers! I know for a fact he will never do this because he is gutless and a bully. Remove the guns and you find a shriveled up thing of a man! To you Civil servants, well you chose to be bullied by this man since you only work to put bread on the table, but what happens when your job is taken away from you?
Tui Savu.
President.

Thursday, October 15, 2009

 

 

The Prime Minister Commodore Voreqe Bainimarama says his reforms will still go ahead even if his civil servants are not satisfied with it.

The Prime Minister made the comment after telling FBC News that he’s still not satisfied with the way his civil servants attend to the members of the public.

Commodore Bainimarama says he believes that civil servants are still not giving their all in serving the public.

He says the government will continue with its reforms and no one is going to stop it.

Meanwhile a delegation from the World Bank and the International Monetary Fund will be in the country on the 4th of November to see what reforms are being planned and how they can fund these reforms.

Fiji Broadcasting Corporation

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6 Comments leave one →
  1. ofa permalink
    October 15, 2009 8:30 PM

    There were three different types of civil servants in Fiji. The performers, with a good education and transportable skills have left since 2006 and are now making a good living elsewhere. Then there are the boot lickers and brown nosers, who hope that pleasing Banimarama will save their skin, and then there are those who have no options other then hanging on. To nobody’s surprise the performance of the public sector is steadily deteriorating as there is little incentive for self motivated professionalism. Please the Führer is the mantra.

  2. Mark Manning permalink
    October 15, 2009 11:37 PM

    Many Soldiers and Civil Servants say they remain employed under this illegal Regime, because it’s a matter of bread and butter issues.
    But aren’t they sick of bread and butter ?

  3. lastpolarbear permalink
    October 16, 2009 11:21 AM

    what part of ” no ” doesn’t Frank know ?
    Fiji suspended from Commonwealth, might still compete in Delhi Games
    http://www.thesportscampus.com/200910152390/news-bytes/cgf-suspends-fiji

    In his twilight years, why has Somare decided to believe Frank ?
    Fiji economy picking up – Somare
    http://www.fijivillage.com/?mod=story&id=151009a1ba604b1c75b6603e4cae73
    You can put lipstick on a pig, but it’s still a pig !

  4. lastpolarbear permalink
    October 16, 2009 11:22 AM

    So now Frank is the minister for good Governance and good Health !
    Fiji ranked 4th obese in Pacific
    http://www.fijivillage.com/?mod=story&id=15100969782daa87ed5198684241ba

    Does Frank want Fijians to buy local because he doesn’t want them to realise how much the Fijian dollar has devalued since December 5th. 2006 ?
    State urges public to buy Fiji products
    http://www.fijisun.com.fj/main_page/view.asp?id=28096

  5. CORRUPTION FIGHTER permalink
    October 16, 2009 5:31 PM

    There are two things about this government that make it so ineffective.

    One the government is illegal, which means that investors and the international community are wary of any dealings with it.

    And secondly, this government is incompetent. They’re wrecking the sugar industry because they just don’t understand what needs to be done to fix the problems. If they did understand, they’d put acceptance of the ED aid money at the top of their priorities.

    Bainimarama probably thinks civil servants are incompetent if they tell him they need the EU money to make the changes needed for sugar to survive.

    And if he thinks he needs competent civil servants, why did he sack Savenaca Narube and appoint Sada Reddy in his place. Reddy’s a joke who makes the business community very nervous.

  6. Reg permalink
    October 18, 2009 9:53 AM

    I wonder how many of you guys live in Fiji? or visit Fiji regularly.

    When is the last time you got good service from a public servant in Fiji??. The majority are officious and rude, unless of course you know someone. They tend to act a lot better for tourists though.

    With regards to the types of civil servants left, there is one other forth type that has been left out of the analysis by Ofa.

    They are the patriots who did not leave because they are needed now, they chose to stay and work hard to try to keep the nation going while we go through the bad times. They did not jump ship but stayed to try to keep this one afloat so you should not be too critical of them. If not for them Fiji would be a lot worse off..

    They need to be acknowledged and thanked for their efforts, if not for them we would be in a worse place than we are now. These persons (of all races) are taking the opportunity to try to bring about change in all the Ministries in Fiji, with varying success. In the meantime they keep the wheels of government ticking over..

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