Centre for Policy Alternatives on 12 March, 2014

Critiquing the Government’s progress report of LLRC recommendations

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Luwie Ganeshathasan, Researcher with the Legal and Constitutional Unit at CPA, speaking on the LLRC’s NPoA progress:

“In July 2012 the cabinet of ministers approved the national action plan for the implementation of the LLRC recommendations. There are several concerns regarding this document, the main being the difference between the activities proposed under the action plan and the actual recommendations made by the LLRC. Other concerns included concerns with the key agency tasked with implementing these activities, problems as to the timelines, and also when it came to the recommendations which were added to the action plan in July 2013 many of the recommendations did not have activities detailing how the recommendations would be implemented, did not have key performance indicators, timelines in which to implement the recommendations or key government agencies in charge of implementing these recommendations…”