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Thursday, July 20, 2017


A CONFIDENT Najib Razak told his Umno division chiefs last night that a majority of the 1.6 million civil servants are returning to support his Barisan Nasional (BN) government, a year before he has to call for the general election.
The Umno president also thanked the division chiefs for their support, saying they determined his party post and job as prime minister, sources attending an Umno meeting at Seri Perdana told The Malaysian Insight.
“The civil servants are returning to support BN,” a source at the meeting quoted Najib as saying, adding that the prime minister was giving an update ahead of Parliament reconvening on Monday.
Malaysia’s bloated civil service, which has one civil servant for every 19 citizens, is crucial to BN’s grip power, particularly after the ruling coalition lost the popular vote in the 2013 general election.
The BN government recently extended the service of the country’s top two judges despite the Malaysian Bar expressing misgivings over the legality of the move.
It is understood that Inspector-General of Police Khalid Abu Bakar’s tenure is also expected to be extended when his contract expires later this year to ensure continuity before the elections are called.
Najib had received a briefing on the civil servants’ growing support at a meeting in the Umno retreat centre in Janda Baik, Pahang, two weekends ago, another source said.
“The Janda Baik meeting was to explore ways to ensure support returns from the civil servants. And what can be done if they don’t vote for the government,” the source added.
BN leaders have always reminded civil servants to back the government of the day, which has regularly handed out bonuses and incentives seen as political goodies.
In March, Chief Secretary to the Government Ali Hamsa said civil servants should not bite the hand that feeds them, and cautioned them against being influenced by lies regarding the government.
“After all that has been prepared by the government for the people and for civil servants, I urge civil servants to focus on supporting the government,” Ali had said, adding that the Najib government had provided at a time of global economic uncertainty.
Other sources at last night’s meeting also reported Najib as being blunt in telling the Umno warlords that they determined his position in the party.
“He admitted their support keeps him at the top,” one source said, adding that this was an acknowledgement of their backing despite the constant criticism and diatribe from the opposition over Najib’s performance and the 1Malaysia Development Berhad (1MDB) scandal.
Najib has kept his job despite the widening scandal that has led to convictions in Singapore, investigations in various jurisdictions and lurid exposes of luxury purchases and monies being siphoned off from 1MDB and other accounts into the prime minister’s bank accounts.
He has denied any wrongdoing, pointing out that he has been cleared by the Malaysian attorney-general and that investigations are still going on into the scandal.

Civil servants returning to BN? The picture is far from clear

IN a meeting with Umno division chiefs last night, Prime Minister Najib Razak made an extravagant claim: civil servants are returning to Barisan Nasio‎nal.
Was it hyperbole? Was it a throwaway line in a rah-rah session aimed at boosting the morale of Umno warlords in the run-up to the polls? Was it a pick-me-up for Umno chieftains about to embark on branch and divisional meetings?
Or, is it a fact that if the general election were held today, a bulk of the country’s 1.6 million civil servants would vote for Najib and the ruling BN?
Numerous surveys and anecdotal evidence suggest that those in the public sector, especially in the lower grade, are hurting badly from the rising cost of living. Many have had to take on a second job to make ends meet.
Indeed, Bank Negara Malaysia statistics suggest that three out of four Malaysians are unable to raise RM1,000 in an emergency.
Civil servants number heavily in this category.
Recently, civil service union group Cuepacs noted that as many as 100,000 public sector employees were on the cusp of being declared bankrupt after defaulting on loans taken out to cope with the rising cost of living.
Making things even more uncomfortable for the average civil servant is the austerity drive and cost-cutting in a government challenged on the revenue front.
Given this backdrop of hardship and distress, it is hard to imagine anyone being confident enough to claim that civil servants are returning to BN.
It is interesting that at a retreat a couple of weeks ago, Umno officials told senior civil servants to send the message down the ranks that job security could be threatened if BN was no longer in power.
In some of the retreat’s sessions, the stick approach was preferred by Umno leaders, with threats being part of the presentation.
This approach suggests that Najib and gang are still uncertain about the public sector vote that has kept BN in power for so long. Therefore, any claim of civil servants returning support to BN should be taken with cupfuls of salt.
What is clear is that the Najib government needs to go on a charm offensive rather than take the stick approach to retain and, possibly, cajole civil servants to give it another shot in Putrajaya.
The coming months will see whether that pans out.
– https://www.themalaysianinsight.com

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