Prime Minister Sitiveni Rabuka today confirmed that there is no cabinet reshuffle.
Speaking in a media conference, Rabuka said they are a Government that listens and there were concerns raised by the Fiji Law Society and other agencies and they have also obtained some private legal advice.
He said an announcement will be made if there is any reshuffle.
“They are still there, where they were,” he said, referring to the four ministers who he announced on 13 October in a statement to take up new ministerial portfolios.
Rabuka however today stated: “The reshuffle is made when it is approved by the President on my recommendation and gazetted. Those have not been done.”
In his reshuffle announcement on 13 October, he had reassigned Attorney-General Siromi Turaga to the ministerial portfolio of Lands and Mineral Resources while Filimoni Vosarogo was re-assigned as Attorney General and Minister for Justice.
Ifereimi Vasu was reassigned as Minister of Education while Aseri Radrodro was reassigned to the ministerial portfolio of Minister for iTaukei Affairs.