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SODELPA to review roads authority operations

Nasik Swami
Monday, August 04, 2014

THE Social Democratic Liberal Party says it will review the operations of the Fiji Roads Authority if it comes into power.

Party leader Ro Teimumu Kepa said the party would provide adequate funding for better roads if in government.

Ro Teimumu said the party would also audit and review the Civil Aviation Authority of Fiji and Airports Fiji Limited, including the operations of Fiji Airways and Fiji Link.

"The party will provide incentives for the private sector to provide road and air transportation services and ensure that all citizens have access to national road network," she said.

Ro Teimumu said the party would also ensure proper transportation facilities for disabled travellers.

She also said the party would audit and review the operations of Fiji Ports Corporation Limited and the Maritime Safety Authority of Fiji.

"We will review local shipping services and identify both economic and uneconomic shipping routes."

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