Patriot wants 'little Napoleons' punished for defying gov't directives

Modified 9 Feb 2019, 2:13 am

Civil servants who refuse to carry out the directives of the new government should face disciplinary action, says Persatuan Patriot Kebangsaan president Mohamed Arshad Raji.

Mohamed Arshad, who was part of the institutional reforms committee, noted criticism against the government for alleged inaction by certain ministry officials on "issues of national interests".

"It is public knowledge that there are ministry and department officials that are still supportive of the previous government and their activities and action run counter to the policies of the ruling government...

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