A Western Provincial leader, Ronald Ziru, has called on the new Premier of the Province to review the provincial administration in view of moving the province forward.

Dr Ziru says the Provincial capital, Gizo and the province as a whole had been unable to see any positive development in the delivery of services to the people over the years..

He says there is much stagnancy in the various divisions in the provincial administration.

Dr Ziru says he has nothing personal against officers working in the province, but he says the officers' conduct must be measured against their performances.

He says many of the current provincial employees who provide advice to provincial members, and provide date to the provincial executive are business people.

Dr Ziru says those public officers often leave the work to the Provincial Executive and do work beneficial to them.

"They must realised that their duties as provincial government officers is so important in relation to services that get down to the rural people, in relations to the services that are received from the nation government. and the changes that need to be mechanised on how finances can be developed in the province."

Dr Ziru says at the moment there is a very serious conflict of interest.

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