Ministries, Secretaries and their locations
With the new Government coming into office in April, we have learnt through the media that about 40 odd Ministers have been appointed to run the government.
Various functions have been allotted to each new Minister, re-shuffling some of the functions which were assigned to the various Ministers under the former government. These Ministers too have been identified under new names and designations. New Secretaries have also been assigned to each Minister as a rule, and the Ministry Offices too function from new locations, other than the Finance, Public Administration and Education, to name a few. As a result, the general public and other organisations which are not issued with a copy of the Government Gazette are at a loss to locate their situations and the names of new Ministers and their Secretaries, when they have to communicate with them during their day to day activities. It would be very useful if early action is taken to publish an official ‘Notice’ in the print media (in all languages) to inform the general public who the new Ministers and their Secretaries are, and also their official addresses.
Lionel L. Leanage,