Sunday 25 December 2011

Anonymous Anonymous said...
It is not PKR that has to change. It is the institutions of government that have to change. They have been led the wrong way to disregard all those rules and regulations that govern their operations for short term gains.Frankly, when it comes to the governance of our institutions of government it is those people who are in those institutions who have the last say. Yes, they can be "persuaded" by force , temptation or otherwise but if those who head these instituions do not put down their sinature nothing can move.

The rules tha govern the operations these institutions are there and discretionay powers of those institutions have been used sometimes in a manner perceived to be against the national interest.

I am retired Civil servant. I call upon my colleagues to abide by the administrative principles that the Late Tun Razak lived by.

1. If you think that by making that decision you personally are going to benifit then do no make that decision.

2.If the decision that you are going to make has no financial implications make immediately.

3.If the decision has finacial implications take time to make the decision because like a craftsmen you have measure twice and cut only once.
Sunday, December 25, 2011 1:58:00 PM GMT+10:30

1 comment:

  1. I whole-heartedly agree with him.

    Actually, what Malaysia needs is a change IN government, not change OF government.