Civil Ser­vice com­plaints

Dhar­men­dra Kumar, Nadi

Fiji Sun - - COMMENT -

It does not mat­ter where our Govern­ment leader, Voreqe Bain­i­marama, goes to in Fiji dur­ing his vis­its.

There is al­ways one same topic that Fi­jians will al­ways talk and com­plain to him about and that is the red tapes or the bu­reau­cracy in our Govern­ment sys­tem by the very civil ser­vants who are en­trusted with their oaths of of­fice to as­sist Fi­jians in­dis­crim­i­nately ir­re­spec­tive of their is­sues and po­lit­i­cal af­fil­i­a­tions.

This cancer has been in the sys­tem post and pre-in­de­pen­dence but no Govern­ment is more de­ter­mined to erad­i­cate this sick­ness than our cur­rent PM and our brave Fi­jiFirst Govern­ment.

It is shame­ful work ethics and is very un­pro­fes­sional on these civil ser­vants for or­di­nary Fi­jians and in­vestors to be still ex­pe­ri­enc­ing.

They are be­ing sub­jected to this kind of cor­rupt treat­ment for decades post-in­de­pen­dence.

Cor­ro­sive rot­ten el­e­ments still pol­lute our Govern­ment sys­tems and it does not mat­ter which Govern­ment depart­ment you go to, they are there in your face.

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