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Old 29-11-2017, 01:53 PM
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The onus is now on Charlie Flanagan to sort out that department. His Sec gen is retiring after 5 decades in civil service.

Hope Leo will push through with these reforms.
It was supposed to be Feb he was retiring , but for whatever reason [ only he knows ] he jumped yesterday , mmmm me suspicious .

Leo may want to push , but some civil servant may have a different view , time will tell .
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Old 29-11-2017, 02:47 PM
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It was supposed to be Feb he was retiring , but for whatever reason [ only he knows ] he jumped yesterday , mmmm me suspicious .

Leo may want to push , but some civil servant may have a different view , time will tell .
The Justice Sec Gen is 40 years in service and he probably felt it timely to push his retirememt forward. Probably felt embattled by recent events.

Theres a Civil service renewal program in place - all departments are participating. communications between staff and our Sec Gen in my Department have improved a lot as we have staff forums a few times a year.
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