The chair of Fiji's Public Accounts Committee says its members are cooperating well as they scrutinise seven years' worth of government accounts.
Biman Prasad says the committee is acting in a bi-partisan manner for the interests of the people of Fiji.
The key committee was in a state of impasse after its re-instatement following the September election when government MPs on the committee questioned the chairmanship of Dr Prasad who has criticised the military regime's handling of the country's finances.
Dr Prasad says the chairmanship issue is now history.
"And I am very pleased with the contribution of the three government members. I would rate their performance as excellent and I'm very pleased with the bi-partisan approach that we have taken."
]Dr Prasad says senior public servants are also co-operating well by appearing before the committee and providing it with the necessary information.