Lavulavus granted permission to seek judicial review of Auditor Generals’ actions

Faka’atā ‘e he fakamaau lahi’ Laki Niu ‘a e ongo Lavulavu ke faile hano ‘eke’i fakalao e founga ngāue ‘a e ‘Atita Seniale’ hili ‘eni hono faka’ilo kinaua ki he kākā ke ma’u ha pa’anga laui Kilu mei he Potungāue Ako’ ‘a ia ‘oku fakafou he Technical Vocational Education and Training fund hili hano sivi ‘e he ‘ātita pe na'e ngāue totonu'aki 'a e pa’anga me’a’ofa ‘a e pule’anga’ ki he ‘apiako Unuaki ‘o Tonga Royal Institute. Ko e ‘apiako ‘eni ‘a e ongo Lavulavu’. Na’e fakakikihi’i ‘eni ‘e he ‘Atita Seniale’ ‘o pehē kuo loa ‘e ‘osi ‘a e taimi ne tonu ke faile ai ‘e he ongo Lavulavu' ha ‘eke peheni pea ne tui ki ai ‘a Fakamaau Lahi Niu. Ka ne toe pehē ‘e Niu ne ‘ikai ha fu’u maumau ‘e hoko ki he ‘Atita’ mo e Potungāue’ he vaa'itaimi ko ia' pea ne fai tukuingata pe ongo Lavulavu’ ke faile ‘a e tangi ko ‘eni kuo ne tali’. ‘Oku fiema’u ‘a e fakamaau totonu ‘i he keisi ko ‘eni, ko Laki ia.

The Supreme Court has given permission for the owners of a private school charged with fraud after an inspection by the Auditor General’s office to apply for a judicial review. The review will look at the actions of the audit team and the issuance by the Auditor General of a report in 2016. As Kaniva…


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