Patience. This must be the motto of 83,000 employees. If the publication of Manraj report was highly anticipated by officials, the document is more than one volume is currently being studied by the state. "We always look at the implications of this report", says Minister Moutia.
Following the publication of the last report PRB, officials were dissatisfied with salary recommendations in the public sector of the former Director of the PRB, Mohun Aujayeb. Thus the Commission "Errors and Omissions", chaired by Dev Manraj, was established. Manraj report, that was submitted in March, will cost about Rs 800 Additional envelope government millions if the recommendations for the adjustment of salaries of civil servants are put into practice. Hence the fact that the state is seriously considering the report before taking any decision.
Haniff Peerun: "Publish the report Manraj! "
The President of the Mauritius Labour Congress (MLC) asked the Prime Minister Navin Ramgoolam to go public, and in the shortest possible time, the Manraj report on the correction of errors and anomalies arising from the latest report of the PRB. Haniff Peerun speaks of "growing frustration" in the public service, due to the delay of the publication of this report, which, according to him, as expected by the officials. He also asked the Prime Minister to open discussions with the unions for the publication of the PRB every three years.