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20 Disember 2013

CUEPACS SEEKS SENATORSHIP


NST
20/12/2013


KUALA LUMPUR: THE Congress of Unions of Employees in the Public and Civil  Services (Cuepacs) has proposed a senatorship for its leader to enable it to continue fighting for civil servants in the country.Its newly elected president, Azih Muda, who is also Amalgamated National Union of Local Authorities Employees president, said the proposal had been submitted to Federal Territories Minister Datuk Seri Tengku Adnan Tengku Mansor.

"The senatorship should be perfect for Datuk Omar (Osman, who is formerly Cuepacs president) as he has vast experience in handling civil servants. If they (the government) can accord senatorship to the Malaysian Trades Union Congress and leaders of other bodies or groups, why not one for someone who represents the civil servants?"

Azih, who has been Cuepacs deputy president 1 for seven years, defeated Malaysian Forces Civil Servants Union president Ahmad Shah Mohd Zain by a 390-vote majority at its triennial congress yesterday. He garnered 701 votes while Ahmad Shah had 311.Replacing Azih is Zainal Ismail, who is also Perak Cuepacs deputy president. Johor Cuepacs chief Mohd Shamam Jaes is Cuepacs deputy president 2.

Secretary-general Lok Yim Peng retained her post while Adnan Mat, Abdul Rahman Mohd Nordin and Mahamad Baharum were voted in as Cuepacs deputy secretaries-general.Azih said his three-year plan included setting RM4,000 as the minimum wage for support staff, such as drivers. Those with Penilaian Menengah Rendah qualifications will also be eligible if his plan goes through.

"The cost of living is getting higher. So, the government must look into public welfare by providing more allowances and incentives."We feel that a monthly salary of RM4,000 for drivers is ideal with the country moving towards achieving a fully developed nation status."
Former president Datuk Omar Osman (right) is unable to hold back his tears after relinquishing his post of seven years at Cuepacs’ triennial congress in Kuala Lumpur yesterday. With him is the new president, Azih Muda. Pic by Abdullah Yusof

7 ulasan:

Tanpa Nama berkata...

tangisan dato' OO

Tanpa Nama berkata...

ewaah !
mau lepas ke tak mau lepas jwtn ... kot..kot menyesal.

Tanpa Nama berkata...

Gred J dh naik skrg giliran gred N la pula.

biar PAP(a) asalkan bergaya berkata...

bagi la kepimpinan lain plakk omar... dh dpt dato' dahhhh.. duk rumah le rehat cukup2 & topup mana amal yg xcukup

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bila tarikh kuatkuasa kenaikan J...harap2 berjalan dengan lancar... amin

ANTI LOW-CLASS berkata...

i am really sure that most of our teachers in school cannot understand this topic. thats why they failed when PPSMI was introduced.

also to those who are lowly-worker such as r1/r3/n1/n3 they with not understand this article.

thats why we see only several people commented in here, and all of them are still commenting using malay topic which is faaaaaaaaaarrr away from the topic.


what a LOW CLASS civil servants!!

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Sebelum ini jawatan senator di peruntukan kepada En Zainal Rampak dengan itu adalah baik jika jawatan senator diberikan kepada Dato Omar Osman untuk meneruskan perjuangan Pekerja Awam dalam Dewan Negara