Interviews supervised by the Public Service Commission (PSC) might be recorded in the future to ensure transparency and meritocracy.
During the electoral campaigns, Alliance Lepep had promised that if and when it rises to power, it will execute a number of changes in the system of recruitment in the public service department. As such, all the interviews carried out by the Public Service Commission (PSC) might soon be recorded.
The Ministry of Civil Service Affairs is currently scrutinising the possibility of recording the interviews. This is thought to ensure that the recruitment of candidates is done with complete transparency while simultaneously taking into consideration meritocracy.
Minister Alain Wong has informed the public that a management meeting was held yesterday, 8th of January, whereby the proposal was discussed. He added that the legal implications should first be analysed before bringing such a huge change.