Wednesday, May 30, 2018

Key appointment in civil service

Under the current system, key appointments in the civil service are made on the recommendation of the prime minister and approved by the elected president acting on the advice of the presidential council.

Malaysia has decided that the key appointments be vetted by Parliament.

I asked this question in the Wisdom of the Crowd - Who should decide on key appointments into the civil service?

Here are the responses:

77% - An independent commission.
11% - The elected president and the council of advisers
11% - Parliament
2% - The prime minister and his cabinet.

See the breakdown of the votes and pie chart in

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