THE Suva Magistrates Court will deliver a ruling on the application for bail variation for former principal information officer of the Ministry of Works and Transport Sainiana Radrodro tomorrow.
Last week, defence lawyer Filimoni Vosarogo insisted on an application for bail variation to allow Ms Radrodro to travel to New Zealand for her son's university orientation scheduled for yesterday.
Mr Vosarogo said the university study program would commence on February 18 and his client would like to be there to help her son settle in.
The current bail conditions do not allow Ms Radrodro to travel.
Ms Radrodro is alleged to have obtained financial advantages on 11 separate occasions from 2010 to 2011.
FICAC lawyer, Henrietta Matakitoga yesterday responded to the bail variation application made by Mr Vosarogo.
Magistrate Yohan Liyanage informed the court that he would need more time to look in to the response from the State.
The case has been adjourned to tomorrow.
Under her current bail conditions a stop departure order was issued by the court that does not allow Ms Radrodro to leave the country.