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Civil service integrity vital to country’s progress, growth
Tarikh : 17 Jan 2018  Sumber Berita: The Borneo Post
 January 17, 2018, Wednesday Anthony Aga,

Junaidi (seated) signs his integrity and corruption-free pledge as Talib (right) and Anan look on.

SARIKEI: A high level of integrity in the civil service is key to ensure the country’s continued progress and economic growth.

Minister in the Chief Minister’s Office (Integrity and Ombudsman) Datuk Talib Zulpilip said as such it was commendable for Sarikei Resident Mohd Junaidi Mohidin to lead the division’s officers to declare their integrity and pledge to stay corruption-free.

All staff under the Sarikei Resident’s Office. including Sarikei, Meradong, Julau and Pakan District Offices, took the pledge organised in conjunction with Sarikei Division’s Integrity Day yesterday.

Talib told a press conference the officers had reminded themselves to always accord full commitment and dedication to their work apart from abiding by the law.

“Honest officers are normally good implementers and less corruption will ensure us of more development,” he said.

In his speech, Talib pointed out that corruption was not only in the form of cash, but in kind and services as well.

He advised civil servants at all levels to distance themselves from corruption, and to lodge complaints with the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission or the Resident when they noticed problems with projects conducted by certain contractors.

Among those present were MACC Sibu chief Anan Swanlerd Eh Deng, Sarikei Deputy Resident Abang Mohd Porkan Abang Budiman, Sarikei District Officer Christopher Ranggau, Meradong District Officer Haron Mahidi, Julau District Officer Khalid Andong, and Pakan District Officer Seruji Ludin.