Anare Jale

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Anare Jale is a former Fijian civil servant, who was the Chief Executive Officer of the Public Service Commission (PSC) from May 2005 to 7 December 2006, when he was dismissed from office by the military junta which had seized power[1] on 5 December. Relations between Jale and the Military Commander, Commodore Frank Bainimarama, had long been strained..

Prior to his appointment as head of the PSC, Jale was Fijian Ambassador to the United States.[2]

Preceded by
Napolioni Masirewa
Ambassadors of Fiji to the United States
appointed: November 26, 2001; accredited: December 12, 2001–25 May 2005
Succeeded by
Jesoni Vitusagavulu


  1. ^ "Masirewa heads public service". Fiji Times. 13 December 2006. Retrieved 1 March 2011. 
  2. ^ Chief of Protocol, [1]