Committee on Institutional Reforms accepting complaints from people, groups


  • Nation
  • Monday, 21 May 2018

PETALING JAYA: Individuals and groups who wish to speak up about institutions that have failed to function according to the law can submit written representations to the Committee on Institutional Reforms.

In a statement, the Committee said it will also accept representations from those who wish to alert it about institutions that have structural defects, have poor governance, ineffective decision-making processes or inadequate mechanisms for redress.

Such individuals and groups can submit their written representations by May 28 to the Secretariat, Committee on Institutional Reforms, at Level 32, Ilham Tower, Jalan Binjai, 50450 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, with an email copy to irc@jpm.gov.my.

“The Committee requests that the representations should be for the purpose of institutional reform and institutional issues and not about any personal grievances or individual misconduct of public officers,” it said in a statement on Monday (May 21).

“The Committee will if necessary, invite these individuals and groups for face-to-face meetings,” added the Committee, which falls under the Council of Eminent Persons.

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