Drastic need to trim civil service


  • Letters Premium
  • Wednesday, 10 Jul 2019

THE World Bank report on the declining efficiency of the civil service in recent years has generated much argument as to its accuracy and objectivity. This is because the civil service has been hailed by our leaders as the workhorse in the country’s development.

It has been recognised by international institutions in their reports as a key factor in Malaysia achieving the respectable growth rates and sustained socio-economic progress over the past several decades.

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