Civil service committed to implement reform agenda under PM Anwar, says Chief Secretary to the Government 

PUTRAJAYA: Civil servants will be firm and committed to implement the reform agenda brought by Prime Minister Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim in the interest of the people and country.

The Chief Secretary to the Government Tan Sri Mohd Zuki Ali (pic) said he and his colleagues in the public service would carry out the reform agenda which was a change for the benefit of the country.

"I and my public service colleagues are firm and committed to implement the reform agenda brought by the Prime Minister in ensuring the best governance for the benefit of the people and the country," he said in a post on his official Facebook on Tuesday (Nov 29).

He also shared pictures of the Prime Minister's address session with the secretaries-general and heads of services at the Implementation Coordination Unit of the Prime Minister's Department here.

Anwar on Tuesday asked civil servants to work with the leadership of the government to bring about change so that the country could return to its glory days.

At his first meeting with members of the Prime Minister's Department here on Tuesday after being appointed as Prime Minister on Nov 24, Anwar said civil servants needed to bring the spirit of reform, which was a change towards improvements for the country. - Bernama

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