Reform panel to hold two more meetings

Former judge KC Vohrah and former Bar Council head Ambiga Sreenevasan are looking into institutional reforms.

PETALING JAYA: Two more meetings after Hari Raya are to be held by a high-level advisory committee that is looking into institutional reforms and changes in several government agencies and institutions.

The chairman of the institutional reform committee, former judge KC Vohrah, said the panel expects to complete its report soon, after gathering public feedback for almost one month.

“We will then write our papers on suggestions on the structures that need to change and how we select people to hold positions,” he said.

Vohrah said various groups had given their views to the committee about what changes were necessary.

Committee member and lawyer Ambiga Sreenevasan said two more meetings would be held with interested parties after Hari Raya. She did not disclose who the committee will meet.

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