Penalise the corrupt


THE Government can pursue a carrot-and-stick approach to promote anti-red tape efforts to produce good results on effective office management and performance accuracy in the public services.
Corrupt bureaucrats and politicians who abuse their offices should be ferreted out, penalised or even booted out of the service.
I believe the Government has special powers to cut the red tape to help restore judiciary power, structural reforms and public health emergency and law and order issues.
The Government is weak as every corrupt politicians in the ruling party are developing more red tapes.
That obstructs the normal administration of public service and undermines the people’s interests while those in power continue to benefit themselves.
Many failures of the Government has compromised the integrity of the public service.

Nelson Wandi,
Morata 2,
Blue Kona