Labour Minister, Stephenson King, says there is no need for the Work Permit Committee to be reinstated. The Minister explains that the committee was formed in the absence of legislation. He explains that since the labour act has been implemented, there are clear guidelines enshrined within the law. However, he says that he recently brought before cabinet a request to set up a Work Permit Review Committee. That committee will review all of the processes necessary or presently being applied for applicants wishing to get a work permit. The review committee will then inform the cabinet of ministers to make any other determinations required or amendments needed to the existing legislation. According to King, due diligence is being observed in the granting of work permits, asserting that work permit applications are not merely stamped and approved.