Prime Minister Commodore Voreqe Bainimarama has assured the nation there will be no disruptions to the delivery of public goods and to the lives of people despite the abrogation of the 1997 Constitution.
Bainimarama said there would be many changes brought in the coming days and weeks to benefit the country as a whole.
“The public need not worry about these changes as they are all meant to improve the the delivery of public services through simpler processes, quick decision making and improved handling of enquiries and needs of ordinary members of the public.”
He said that as prime minister and the minister for public service he would ensure the interest of ordinary members of the public were taken into account as his government effected much needed changes and reforms.
“I will particularly ensure that people living in rural areas and outer islands are well catered for in our reforms as their lives need to improve through better public service, improved infrastructure, better health care and education through the provision of essential utilities,” he said.
Commodore Bainimarama assured that the people would be kept fully informed of the changes being brought about through regular dissemination of information and the reaching out to communities by ministers and civil servants.