Tuesday, June 7, 2011

Pakatan Rakyat's Deafening Silence

Hantu Laut

This is one of Malaysia's biggest shame and a waste of taxpayer's money paying for a bloated and inefficient civil service. An admission that Malays and bumiputras are unproductive lots.We need 10 to do 5 men's jobs.

The same thing happened in Sabah under the PBS regime filling up the civil service with KDM as fast as they could which has bloated the Sabah civil service till today.No succeeding government dares to take action to remedy the problem.

Surprisingly, Pakatan Rakyat has shown no interest on this subject which incurs the nation huge and wasteful recurring expenditure.

They have made a litany of other promises but stayed clear of this one that could save the nation billion of ringgits in wastage of public funds if the civil service were to be trimmed by half.This nation could have more money for development if half of the dead weight are removed from the civil service.

A complete "deafening silence" on the opposition front.Your guess as good as mine why they stayed clear of this controversial issue.


Purple Haze said...


Are you intentionally missing the gorilla in the room ?

Why blame PKR for this "deafening silence" when you should be asking the incumbent govt (who have been in power for over 50 years) the reasons for allowing the civil service to be bloated and inefficient ?

Anonymous said...

My guess is the opposition will trim the civil service after gaining control of Putrajaya. Meantime they need all the votes they can muster including from the civil servants in the march to Putrajaya.
Pak Tua

Anonymous said...

If they make their stand to do that, half the civil service will not vote for pakatan come GE13! Who wants to lose their jobs.

de engineur said...

"bloated"...and that is why it'll be difficult to achieve high income population as one of the criteria for Developed Nation in 2020. We does one think the govt will get the money from, to be pumped into this inefficient machineries?

SM said...

Bro HL,

As I said a long time ago, Utusan should hire people like you instead of those Racists Retards they call Editors!
Trust you to turn a BN problem into a PR one.
My understanding of teh situation is that either they don't "dare" touch on this issue yet, after all as Anonymous said, they need the votes OR
there is so much problems facing Malaysia today, that they have yet to come to this issue which is probably on their list but still in waiting.

Anonymous said...

Did the Taiping MP not commented and gave his views on the civil service over the last few weeks ?He is from DAP, thus Pakatan Rakyat was not silent as you alleged. Please check so that we can have responsible and credible news. Thank you.