PM has video evidence of senior civil servants campaigning for BN


Zulkifli Sulong

Sources say the ‎axe is expected to fall on several senior civil servants, who campaigned for Barisan Nasional in the lead-up to the 14th general election. – The Malaysian Insight file pic, June 4, 2018.

IN the run-up to the 14th general election, shariah judges, vice-chancellors of public universities and super-scale government officials had campaigned for Barisan Nasional.

They wore BN attire, made speeches, recited poems and used their position of influence to get Malaysians to vote for Najib Razak and the coalition – turning on its head the cherished principle of neutrality of the civil service.


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  • All will need to go... especially the present BNM governor

    Posted 3 years ago by Xavier Francis

  • They must all go, the sooner the better. How they were telling the voters "not to bite the hand that feeds you". They felt "terhutang budi" (obligated) to the BN government for putting them in those positions for, based on merit, they would not be there.

    Posted 3 years ago by Ravinder Singh