FICAC tightlipped on “search” at Human Rights office
5 June, 2018, 10:41 pm
FIVE days after conducting a search at the Fiji Human Rights and Anti-Discrimination Commission Office, the Fiji Independent Commission Against Corruption remains tightlipped regarding the search.
In responding to questions sent to the organisation, FICAC stated it was still in its early stages for it to divulge any information other than to say that a search was conducted last Friday.
“FICAC is not divulging information regarding who or what is being investigated,” FICAC said.
It is believed the FHRADC office was searched after FICAC received a complaint against its director Ashwin Raj.