AND unlike the 2014 general election, this time around the Indo-Fijian VOTERS are waiting for YOU, MR MORTEIN, to tell them of your true salary and to answer for the abuse you heaped on opponents; unfortunately, in 2014 the local media were too scared of the MEDIA DECREE to take you on, for threatening to gas your opponents, and reproducing Hitler's Nazi salutes, and pointing to KUTIA RD!
In a press conference last night, Public Accounts Committee Chairman Ashneel Sudhakar says that selective reporting on the Auditor General’s Report undermines the role of the Public Accounts Committee in determining the quality of government’s financial control by failing to consider the vital context that will emerge in the committee’s assessments.
Sudhakar says that Fiji Times reporting prior to this process is irresponsible and extremely detrimental to the effectiveness of the constitutional control that ensures transparency and accountability in government.
He says that the Auditor General’s report is an initial assessment of the government accounts and had outlined the work of the committee.
Sudhakar says he will be talking to the committee members on what steps the committee will take.
Fijivillage is trying to get comments from the Fiji Times Editor.
Fijileaks: The Fiji Times should not respond to this man; he should look at the previous posting on Fijileaks and the history of comments and responses on past Auditor-General Reports. He is yet to explain which of his two salary claims is correct