Prime Minister Peter O’Neill says the recommendations of the Commission of Inquiry into the Finance Department will be fully implemented in the New Year.
Chief Secretary, Sir Manasupe Zurenouc, has already received directions from the PM to implement the findings of this 2010 report.
The National Court on the 29’s of last month dissolved an interim injunction that restrained parliament from acting on the recommendations of the 2010 report.
After 3 years, the state is now free to implement the recommendations.
The final report into the commission of inquiry into the department of finance was tabled in parliament.
Parliament was barred from implementing the recommendations then due to a successful interim order granted to Zachery Gelu and Paul Paraka.
After 3 years, Prime Minister Peter O’Neill says the government is determined to fight corruption and has already worked on implementing those recommendations of the report.
Mr. O’Neill says the independent Commission against Corruption act will take full charge of this case once it becomes law.
The Commission of Inquiry into the Finance Department revealed millions of kina paid out by the department through corrupt means.