Report detailing USP mismanagement will not be made public

The USP Council at a meeting last year. Photo: USP

An audit report that’s said to have found widespread corruption and mismanagement at the University of the South Pacific will not be released to the public.

The decision was made after a daylong meeting of the university’s council, which ended late last night.

Staff and students had called for it to be released in full, so the taxpayers of the Pacific – who fund the regional institution – could see what was going on.

But in a brief statement released after the meeting, the university said the report will only be released to council members.

The council will reconvene next month.

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