The Lawyer representing special secretary to the Prime Minister Andrew Muaki is yet to file an appeal against the $10,000 fine the Leadership Code Commission (LCC) slapped on Muaki.
The fine was over sexual harassment allegations three women working in the Office of the Prime Minister lodged against Muaki early this year.
After Muaki failed to make a response to the allegations, LCC decided to impose the $10,000 fine last month.
Muaki has earlier stated his lawyer will appeal the decision.
But to date, no appeal has been filed in the Magistrate or High Court.
However, a spokesman for private lawyer Wilson Rano, who is representing Muaki, said they are working on the appeal and will soon lodge it in court.
The Attorney General’s Office, which will represent LCC should an appeal be made, said it has not cited any appeal from Muaki’s lawyer.
Muaki was charged under section 9(4) (1) (b)(c) of LCC under chapter VIII of the Constitution in that his conduct demeans his office or position and also brings his integrity into question.
He was served with a notice of charge containing three allegations of sexual harassment within the office of the Prime Minister.
Meanwhile, the LCC clarified that there is no specified timeframe for the case to be appealed in court.
By AATAI JOHN