FOR Eight Years she hid behind DICTATORSHIP and refused to reveal ANYTHING to the Taxpayers (including questions from Fijileaks about how much her firm aliz pacific was getting paid to process Cabinet ministers salaries etc, etc, etc; WE ARE STILL IN THE DARK), and now she is threatening to use COURTS to SILENCE all and sundry - Rewa Dairy was about TENDER process - as the 2010 Auditor-General's Report points out: "It is recommended that a detailed investigation should be conducted on how the Ministry awarded the consultancy contract of $500,000 for the restructure of RCDC to Aliz Pacific without going through an open public tender process"; in any case, it was her nephew who hid the 2010 Report from her (?), the dairy farmers, and the taxpayers until recently, so she should confront him for releasing it to Parliament, the Media and in the Public Domain!
In response to the following immediately above:"The audit also noted that the then RCDC Board was informed..", aliz pacific's Nur Bano Ali claims in the paid advertisement:
WHY SHOULD THE AUDITOR-GENERAL HAVE CONSULTED HER WHEN THE UN-ELECTED REGIME HAD TOLD THE AUDITORS (see below); Strangely, she claims that the RCDC Board had already appointed aliz pacific on 20 November 2009 as lead consultants in the re-structure, if so, when did the Government inform the RCDC Board that it was planning to restructure, for 'Dairy Restructure Decree' was only gazetted on
13 December 2010 ; Rewa Dairy chairman Josefa Serulagilagi had said the contract was given to BDO “because they already had the paperwork for the reform”. There was something really rotten in the state of Denmark in 2009/10
MOO!MOO! Fijileaks Editor: Rewa Dairy problem was not restructure for money but restructure to address the cows' needs. What was needed to solve the problem was not an accounting firm but agriculture science! The RCDC cows reportedly only produce 3.5 litres per day per cow because they walk long distances for feed then return for milking. The NZ cows, on the other hand, are pampered to produce milk which averages 33 litres a day. So clearly, in an information economy a "holistic framework" should have been used so all the conditions are evaluated in the tender process on what was the real issue. It was a management issue to manage the moo cow not a structural issue.
This confers an exclusive licence on One Hundred Sands Limited to operate a casino, and gives it a 15 –year tax holiday. The scheme confers functions on a ‘Fijian [sic] Gaming Commission and Control Board’ which does not exist at present.
Comment: The drafting is very defective, almost to the point of incomprehensibility, and the policy might be open to question, but no human rights issue appears to arise on the substance of the Decree. There is however an ouster clause at section14 which should be repealed. - The Ghai Commission