Reforms committee invites public to submit representations


Modified 21 May 2018, 10:02 am

Members of the public and organisations could submit written representations to the Institutional Reforms Committee's secretariat by May 28, on matters pertaining to institutions with ineffective decision-making processes or inadequate redressal mechanisms.

In a statement today, the committee, set up by the government’s Council of Eminent Persons, said the representations should be for the purpose of institutional reform and not about any personal grievances or individual misconduct of public officers.

The committee also disclosed that it was currently studying representations by some individuals and groups.

If necessary, the committee would invite the observers to attend closed-door discussions to be held between May 28 and June 18.

- Bernama

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