PUTRAJAYA: The country's top civil servant wants to make an example of the bad apples in the public service.
He is especially upset over alleged corrupt practices involving government servants.
During a dialogue at the National Integrity Convention here yesterday, he expressed disappointment over the recent case involving a 26-year-old officer with the Land and Mines Department.
The officer is being probed by the Anti-Corruption Agency on suspicion of receiving a RM2 million bribe last year as an inducement to change the status of land as well as for other favours.
• Effectively reduce corruption, malpractices and abuse of power;
• Increase efficiency of the public delivery system and overcome bureaucratic red tape;
• Enhance corporate governance and business ethics;
• Strengthen the family institution; and,
• Improve the quality of life and people’s well-being.
Present were Education Minister Datuk Seri Hishammuddin Hussein and Women, Family and Community Development Minister Datuk Seri Shahrizat Abdul Jalil.