Socio-Economic Research Centre’s Lee Heng Guie says while the operating expenditure has risen for two consecutive years, the development expenditure seems to be ‘going downhill’.
National Association of Patriots wishes to see the government recognise the sacrifices of the veterans in defending and maintaining the independence of the country.
'If we don’t recruit, opposition will say government is not helping the unemployed but if we recruit, they will say the civil servants are unproductive,' says minister.
The worst is yet to come, and we’ll be feeling the full impact of public service expansion, of indiscriminate salary increases as well as looming pension bills.
KWAP CEO Wan Kamaruzaman says government may have to change current pension scheme with one similar to EPF where both employers and employees contribute.
About 65% of EPF's 6.7 million contributors have less than RM50,000 savings, and can only last five years.
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