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U.S. security in Libya drawn down before attack - testimony

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Diplomatic security in Libya was drawn down ahead of last month's fatal attack on the U.S. mission in Benghazi and U.S. officials did not have enough protection, the former head of a U.S. security team in Libya told lawmakers on Wednesday.


Sime to sell back Sirim stake

PETALING JAYA: Sime Darby Bhd is selling its stake in a joint subsidiary with Sirim Bhd for RM9.9mil back to Sirim.


Bureaucratic rivalries may have hampered Benghazi security - sources

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Infighting and bureaucratic jealousies between the State Department and the Pentagon may have played a role in lax security arrangements prior to the deadly attacks on the U.S. mission in Benghazi, congressional sources said.


Civil servants to get one annual increment on July 1

PUTRAJAYA: All civil servants will receive a salary movement benefit of one annual increment, brought forward to July 1 this year.


Cuepacs: 80,000 civil servants not upgraded in scheme

KUALA LUMPUR: Cuepacs has expressed disappointment that the new Transformative Remuneration System (SST) failed to upgrade around 80,000 civil servants in the technical, agriculture and forestry sectors.


Civil servants to get early annual increments in July

PUTRAJAYA: Civil servants will get their annual increments very early this year. All civil servants will get increments effective July 1 – about a month before Hari Raya Aidilfitri which is expected to fall on Aug 8.


GE13: Those who need to travel should also get the following day off, says Cuepacs

KUALA LUMPUR: Civil servants who are rostered to work on polling day on May 5, or have to travel a distance to vote, should be given the day off, said Cuepacs president Datuk Omar Osman.


Ali Hamsa warns of action against civil servants who continue politicking

KUALA LUMPUR: Chief Secretary to the Government Tan Sri Dr Ali Hamsa on Tuesday warned of action against civil servants who continue to engage in politicking.


Fiscal reforms for sustainable growth

THE call for Malaysia to expedite structural reforms to rebalance its economy and strengthen its public finances has grown increasingly louder in recent weeks following Fitch Ratings’ downgrade of the country’s credit outlook from “stable” to “negative”.


'Fears over GST unfounded'

PETALING JAYA: The public’s fears over the goods and services tax (GST) are unfounded as they would pay less compared to the current sales and service tax (SST), Malaysian Association of Tax Accountants (Mata) president Abd Aziz Abu Bakar said.