"IT is unfortunate that the chairman of the Public Accounts Committee Government MP Ashneel Sudhakar has accused The Fiji Times and other media of sensationalising the Auditor-General's reports. The Fiji Times has been reporting on the Auditor-General's annual reports for decades. The Auditor-General's Report is a parliamentary paper. It is presented to the representatives of the people in Parliament. They pay for it."
"ISA! It must be very constipating for Fiji Sun's veteran journalist Nemani Delaibatiki to "admire" the Auditor-General's 2016 Reports when in the old golden days of Fijian journalism, these Reports were like presents from Father Xmas. As a former senior sub-editor on the old Fiji Sun of the same name, we [alongside Delaibatiki] slaved into the wee hours of the morning to REVEAL without fear or favour to Fijians of all races the controversial contents of these eagerly awaited Auditor-General's Reports. But, then, we did not have Mr Mortein - Ashneel Sudhakar - to threaten us; later Sitiveni Rabuka and his crooks came with their coups to dump these Reports into the dustbin"
Fijileaks: We had reproduced excerpts from Auditor-General's Reports which were audited when the Rabuka, Chaudhry, and Qarase governments were in power - to illustrate that not much has changed, and is still continuing under the Bainimarama government, and posing the question - is millions of dollars wasted on conducting these audits when no one is held responsible for the financial crimes?
The 2016 Reports are available for viewing and/or download from here: http://www.parliament.gov.fj/auditor-generals-report/
27/7/2017 12:32:36 pm
The English term 'dodgy' is listed as 'British informal' by both Oxford dictionaries and Thesaurus. Slang in other words and it has a variety of applications which mean 'dishonest', 'risky', 'not reliable' etc. Totally unacceptable language for an official document and the person using it demonstrates unsuitability for a public-remunerated position. Standards of written English in Fiji are falling notably in the past five years. An alarming occurrence for all Fijians. The use of vile, misogynistic terms as curse words especially when they refer to Mothers are revealing of the Fiji-wide lack of a basic respect and spiritual awareness of the fundamental significance of procreation and nurture of future generations of Fijians. More study is urgently required across disciplines and in and outside Fiji to determine how this came to be. Daily life in Fiji is infected and made difficult for women and girls of all ethnicities. Chairs must be endowed to this end.
27/7/2017 12:58:40 pm
In modern democracy, people like Ashneel Sudhakar prosper because ordinary people admire goons. In Hinduism, we are in the Kalyug era where evil will prosper. It won't last long as evil always meets a horrible end. People like Ashneel, Kaiyum and Bainimarama will also meet their tragic end. The only fear is that they would have done some very serious harm before they pay for their deeds. There will be many innocent sufferers until their rule lasts. Change will come once I-Taukeis and Hindus realise that they are supporting evil in the form their current saviour Bainimarama and kaiyum.
27/7/2017 07:01:15 pm
This complaint about adverse reporting by the Chairman of the Public Accoints Commutte, lawyer Ashneel Sudhakar shows that the Fiji First Party can't stand the truth that they are a wasteful and corrupt ivernment, the worst in Fiji's history. It also reveals the sham nature of Fiji's so-called democracy. Can the public ever believe what the PM is telling us like climate change (is there anything else, No?) when we know that as he speaks publuc funds are being siphoned off by evil forces. Unfortunately the rot starts from his own office with his )3,000 a day travel allowance.
27/7/2017 08:18:26 pm
As far as I have seen the Fiji Times has done a fine job in reporting the findings of the Auditor General. They have done a public service by highlighting the discrepancies in the use of public funds and in so doing hold power to account. I would contend it is this that Ashneel Sudhakar and co find unpalatable.
27/7/2017 08:38:40 pm
27/7/2017 10:26:37 pm
Q. What's the difference between the Fiji Times and Ashneel Sudhakar?
27/7/2017 11:07:36 pm
Government MP Mr Mortein Ashneel Sudhakar represent only 800 people out of population of 900,000 in Fiji. this is only 0.08% of the population of Fiji.
28/7/2017 12:46:58 am
Talk about an A/H becoming a MP you have in Ashneel Sudhakar a classic. Only in a banana republic you have such mediocrity take a seat in parliament.
29/8/2017 10:33:31 pm
The media critiques the report so that the ordinary tax payer will understand what is done with the tax that pay to government.
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