Friday, September 3, 2010

The right calibre of people

If this story in the Fiji Sun on 9/4/10 was a joke it would be really funny. But unfortunately this is the reality we face at home.

Moves are underway to identify a suitable candidate for the ILLEGAL Permanent Secretary for Finance job, says ILLEGAL Prime Minister Commodore Voreqe Bainimarama.
Speaking to the Fiji Sun, Commodore Bainimarama said the recent changes coincide with UNELECTED Government's preparation for the formulation of the 2011 National Budget.
He said former ILLEGAL Permanent Secretary John Prasad has been reverted to his previous position as Consultant Special Projects while David Kolitagane is now acting.
"John Prasad has got a lot on his plate," Commodore Bainimarama said.
“For now David Kolitagane will act in that capacity until a substantive post holder is identified."
Public Service Commission ILLEGAL chairman Josefa Serulagilagi said it was important that Government identifies the right person for the job.
“It has to be a person with the right calibre,” Mr Serulagilagi said.
This goes with the Commission’s recent move in ensuring that appointments and promotions are done based on merit.

This is due to a lot of changes in the educational qualifications landscape and also the wealth of experience people possess.  
This one takes the cake. Educational qualifications? Wealth of experience? You gotta be kidding.
So, the question that needs to be asked, which we already know the answer to, is: How can anyone in this regime identify RIGHT CALIBRE people when they themselves LACK THE REQUIREMENTS OF RIGHT CALIBRE because they all hold their positions of power by RAPING US OF OUR FREEDOM AND DEMOCRACY by the barrels of their GUNS? The money they have freely pocketed and flaunted for their families benefits have not been based on merit at all. Such HYPOCRITES!!! As they would say in the village: Levu ga na cai vosa!

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