FIJI NEWS
September 11, 2012 12:00:00 AM
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Fiji has a new Acting Chief Registrar following the departure of  Chief Registrar Irani Arachchi.

Deputy Registrar, Mohammed Saneem will now act in the position after Arachchi  who had been acting as the Chief Registrar since June 2010 and was contracted for the top job on May 9, 2011 for three years finished off in the weekend.

Permanent Secretary for Justice, Mere Vuniwaqa said "In accordance with the terms of her contract, the relationship between the Fiji Government and the Chief Registrar, Irani Arachchi, has come to an end."

Saneem who holds Professional Diploma in Legal Practice from the University of the South Pacific was sworn in a Resident Magistrate in May .

By Reginald Chandar

 





The deputy registrar, Mohammed Saneem, will assume the position of Acting Chief Registrar.

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