Support opposition and face action, minister warns teachers, officials
Updated 5 years ago ·
Published on 19 Jan 2018 1:40PM ·
TEACHERS and Education Ministry officers have been warned not to support the opposition, Kwong Wah reports today.
According to the Chinese language newspaper, Education Minister Mahdzir Khalid told the teachers and officers that disciplinary action would be taken against them if they backed the opposition.
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Posted 5 years ago by Kar Yee Ho
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Posted 5 years ago by Awang Top
What this asshole abive is practising pure Draconian Arabian Islamic hudud bs where the
Posted 5 years ago by Qwerty Que
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Posted 5 years ago by Abdul Rahman Abdul Razak
Posted 5 years ago by Crishan Veera
Please know the provoking agent. Are they for peace or otherwise?
Case in point:
1.Teachers, civil servants are now threatened dismissal if they don't support the incumbent. Be compliant or lose your job.
2. Political party application are denied registration or deliberately delayed to precipitate anger.
Posted 5 years ago by Arun Paul
Posted 5 years ago by Kesh Sgh
Being teachers...you are the most important citizen and whom we trust our children, the future of our country to be formally educated. We thank you for your sacrifices.
It is also our responsibility to safeguard our beloved country especially from people who threaten and hold others ransom.
View it from a different perspective...you are not voting against the government..because the current will not be the next government....so vote for the next government....and this bastard will not your minister.anymore.
Posted 5 years ago by Putra Kraken
Posted 5 years ago by Malay expert Ahmad
The general Orders simply says high-ranking officers cannot take part in politics. If they want to, they should resign.
Taking part in politics is different from voting in an election. A voter can vote for a leader or candidate of his own choice. it is his democratic rght A voter can vote anyone he or she likes. The Minister has no right or authority to threaten voters. The civi servants must understand the concept of the neutrality of the civil service right. They should read my notes on the concept- acces my website at: www.peterdjohnson.net
Posted 5 years ago by Peter Johnson