Tag: Prime Minister’s Department
It says all ambassadors and high commissioners will be appointed from the civil service.
De facto law minister Liew Vui Keong was referring to claims by senior judges in unilateral conversion of M Indira Gandhi's children and late MP Karpal Singh's sedition trial.
The Prime Minister's Department says the review and amendments involve curbing cyber attacks.
They were earlier remanded to assist in the probe into election funds missing from the prime minister's office on the night of the general election.
Minister in PM's Department Liew Vui Keong says the initial expenditure of RM12.2 billion can now be reduced to RM4.9 billion.
Najib's decision to place Hishammuddin in the Prime Minister’s Department is 'unprecedented', says law expert.
The Cabinet, Constitution and Inter-Government Relation Division of the PM's Department says Islamic Development Department informed them of the change.
Minister Paul Low says Auditor-General's Report 2015 shows individuals holding strategic positions failed to ensure proper management, good governance.
The senior officer of the Implementation and Coordination Unit of the Prime Minister's Department in Penang was arrested over misuse of authority involving a project valued at about RM25,000 in 2013.
DAP denies that it is hounding the de facto Law Minister.
The cost of constructing the Kuantan new court complex increased by nearly RM20 million due to poor planning in design.
A Supplementary Supply Bill was tabled seeking extra funds to cover 2013 government expenses.
Deputy Minister in the PM's Department says his sole objective in taking up a government position was to put into action the Hindraf-BN blueprint.
Strong winds blew off part of the roof of an apartment block housing government servants in Precinct 15 in Putrajaya on Tuesday.
DAP's Kluang MP Liew Chin Tong says that Prime Minister Najib Tun Razak's cabinet holds no power as the the latter's office wields enormous power.
Bogus "officers" claiming to have been commissioned by the Prime Minister’s Department to scout for potential election candidates.
Slashing massive sums allocated for the PM can offset the cutting of duties and taxes, says PKR.
It would only lull people into a false sense of security, says the PJ Utara MP, Tony Pua.
After crippling over 41 websites in its first attack, hackers now have set their eyes on Prime Minister's Department's official website on July 4.
Nazri Aziz says the ink may infringe constitutional rights of a voter.