KUALA LUMPUR, SUN:
The Congress of Unions of Employees in the Public and Civil Services (Cuepacs) is against the move to publicise the names of government servants who had flouted rules when discharging their duties.
“Errant civil servants should be given a chance to explain themselves at the monthly meeting face-to-face,” he told Bernama.
He said although revealing the names of the errant civil servants was good to highlight their negligence and mistake, it would affect the image and moral of the civil servant in the eyes of the public.
“The number of errant civil servants that had been transferred or downgraded has already affected the image and performance,” he said.
He was commenting on the action to be taken against civil servants in the recently-publicised wastage of funds in last year’s Auditor-General’s Report.
Omar said the revealation of fund wastage every year reflected the transparency and openness of the government.