We can confirm the interim regime is seriously looking at changing the composition of the Fiji National Provident Fund Board.
Sources have told us that last week a citizen was approached by the Permanent Secretary in the Office of Interim Prime Minister, Pia Wise, with a proposal to accept appointment to the Board.
It's not clear if the whole Board or some members will be replaced and the exact reason for this exercise has not yet been established.
The FNPF Board is made up of representatives from the Government/Regime, Employers and Workers.
The person approached by Wise is neither a high ranknig officer of the regime, nor a representative of Employers or Workers.
Employers representatives are nominated by the Fiji Employers Federation while those representing workers are nominated by the Trade Union Movement.
Following the 2006 coup Fiji Trades Union Congress President Daniel Urai and general secretary Felix Anthony were nominated to the Board by Frank Bainimarama.
They replaced Fiji Islands Council of Trade Unions President, Maika Namudu, and former FTUC general secretary and the boss of an affiliate of FTUC, James Raman.