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Branch chooses new office bearers

By Luke Rawalai
Monday, March 03, 2014

NEWLY-elected Fiji Public Service Association Labasa branch president Sheik Yusuf will work with association members in the North to address their concerns.

Speaking at the association's SGM in Labasa last week, Mr Yusuf encouraged public servants in the North to join the association.

New office bearers for the next three years were also elected, including new vice-president Nitesh Permal and former branch secretary Ramesh Chand who has been re-elected.

Also present at the SGM was the association's general secretary, Rajeshwar Singh, who said they had chosen to begin their branch AGM this year in the Northern Division.

Mr Singh said they had been in Savusavu earlier on to hold the same AGM.

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