Vice President J. Uduch Sengebau-Senior did not waste anytime diving into the work of the Ministry of Justice after her sudden re-assignment from the Ministry of Justice.
After moving her office into the newly renovated Ministry of Justice building, Vice President and now Minister of Justice Senior met with Attorney General, directors and chiefs of bureaus and divisions under the Ministry.
Early this morning she will tour the Marine Law facility and on Thursday and Friday, is set to meet one-on-one with chiefs and directors and personnel of the Bureau of Public Safety. She said she will meet with Attorney General and the staff of AG’s Office on Wednesday.
On her first day on the job, Vice President Senior signed off a 3-day suspension for disciplinary action, which would enable her to place a person on a 3-day suspension without pay as disciplinary measure if action warrants it. This, she said, is in line with Public Service System Rules and Regulations.
Vice President Senior said she is also in process of setting up an Office of the Advocate (Obis ra Olngeseu) in her office. More information will be forthcoming about the office.
Vice President J. Uduch Sengebau-Senior was suddenly re-assigned from Ministry of State to Ministry of Justice last week, after nearly 6 months serving as Minister of State.
President Whipps said that her experience and skillset were best suited to oversee the Ministry of Justice.