Parliament

Annual reports presented to Parliament

The May sitting for the Parliament of the Republic of Fiji started this morning. The Attorney-General and Minister for Finance Hon. Aiyaz Sayed-Khaiyum presented the Auditor-General’s reports on the Audits of Commercial Companies, Commercial Statutory Authorities, and Majority Owned Entities for years 2009 to 2013. Also presented to Parliament this morning were the 2014 Annual […]

Salote Qalubau

May 30, 2016 8:50 am

The May sitting for the Parliament of the Republic of Fiji started this morning.

The Attorney-General and Minister for Finance speaking during a previous parliament sitting.
The Attorney-General and Minister for Finance Hon. Aiyaz-Sayed-Khaiyum speaking during a previous parliament sitting.

The Attorney-General and Minister for Finance Hon. Aiyaz Sayed-Khaiyum presented the Auditor-General’s reports on the Audits of Commercial Companies, Commercial Statutory Authorities, and Majority Owned Entities for years 2009 to 2013.

Also presented to Parliament this morning were the 2014 Annual Report for the Fiji Police Force, Tourism Fiji’s Annual Report from the 2010-2012 and the Consumer Council of Fiji’s Annual Report for 2014.

The reports were tabled and referred to the various  standing committees of parliament.

The Parliament sitting will resume next week.

Parliament-government-building. (Newswire)
The entrance to the Parliament complex at the Government buildings in Suva. (Peni Shute/Newswire)

The agenda for next week Monday will be on the presentation of papers and certain documents.

This includes the Auditor-General’s reports on the Audits of Commercial Companies, Commercial Statutory Authorities, and Majority Owned Entities for years 2009 to 2013.

Other reports to be presented include the Fiji Police Force’s Annual Report for 2014, the Tourism Fiji Annual Report for 2010 to 2012 and the Consumer Council of Fiji Annual Report for 2014.

Next week’s sitting will also include Ministerial statements and consideration of bills.

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