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21 Disember 2019

Govt to mull Cuepacs' proposal of minimum RM1,800 pay

Bernama
21/12/2019


ALOR SETAR (Bernama): The government will consider the proposal of the Congress of Unions of Employees in the Public and Civil Services Malaysia (Cuepacs) seeking to fix the minimum salary of civil servants at RM1,800 a month.
Deputy Human Resources Minister Datuk Mahfuz Omar said such a demand was Cuepacs' right in trying to ensure something better for civil servants. However, the government also had the same right before coming to a decision.
"The government also has a right to consider something reasonable. The government has to look at the big picture for the future of society, not only to a group of workers with employers, and all these have to be taken into account.
"Cuepacs' demand shows their sensitivities in helping workers whether in the public or private sectors, but the government has its consideration from the angle of affordability and capability and taking into account the capability of private sector employers," he told reporters after a Community Contribution Programme in Pokok Sena here on Saturday (Dec 21).
He said more people would lose their jobs if the employers were forced to close down their operations due to the inability to meet the government’s demands and conditions.
Meanwhile, Mahfuz said the government had also decided that the minimum rate would be raised to RM1,200 from RM1,100 a month from early next year in selected urban areas where the cost of living of workers was higher.
"Indeed, many are not satisfied over the issue of minimum pay. Starting with RM980, (it) went up to RM1,100 but there were still those who were dissatisfied. But in the Pakatan Harapan (PH) manifesto. We have promised to raise it until RM1,500 but the process will be in stages over a five-year period," he said.
He made the remark when asked to comment on the statement which was made by Cuepacs president Adnan Mat on Thursday urging the government to fix a minimum pay of RM1,800 a month for civil servants.
Adnan said the need for the new minimum salary was made based on several aspects, including the need for a house, cost of affordable houses and the monthly installment rate. – Bernama

19 Disember 2019

Adnan Mat ganti Azih terajui CUEPACS

Berita Harian
Oleh Rafidah Mat Ruzki
fidahruzki@bh.com.my

19/12/2019



SHAH ALAM: Timbalan Presiden Kesatuan Kebangsaan Pekerja-Pekerja Pihak Berkuasa Tempatan, Adnan Mat memenangi pemilihan Presiden CUEPACS selepas menewaskan empat calon lain.
Pada pemilihan semalam, beliau mengalahkan Timbalan Presiden CUEPACS II, Zainal Ismail yang mendapat 381 undi; Setiausaha Kewangan CUEPACS, Mohd Razali Singah (190); Presiden Kesatuan Pegawai Hutan Melayu Semenanjung Malaysia (KPHMSM), Datuk Ahmad Shuffir Zakaria (45) dan Presiden Kesatuan Pegawai Kastam Semenanjung Malaysia, Abdul Malik Mohamed Zin (87) selepas mendapat sebanyak 676 undi.
Pengumuman Pemilihan Pegawai-Pegawai Tertinggi CUEPACS bagi penggal 2019-2022 itu diumumkan pagi ini pada Konvensyen Kongres Tritahunan CUEPACS Ke-28 di Pusat Konvensyen Shah Alam, di sini.
Dua jawatan Timbalan Presiden pula dimenangi Aminuddin Awang dan Zulkifli Mohamed, masing-masing memperoleh sebanyak 766 dan 756 undi.
Mereka mengalahkan empat calon lain, iaitu Nor Hayati Abd Rashid (608); Ahmad Malie (157); Ahamad Hasanar (117) dan Asman Mohd Nawawi (110).
Pada masa sama, Abdul Rahman Mohd Nordin yang sebelum ini memegang jawatan Timbalan Setiausaha Agung I menang tanpa bertanding jawatan Setiausaha Agung.
Seramai 1, 369 daripada 1,509 perwakilan berdaftar memilih sembilan jawatan utama pimpinan kesatuan itu yang mewakili 114 cawangan gabungan dan 14 cawangan negeri, termasuk jawatan Presiden yang dikosongkan Datuk Azih Muda.

ADNAN MAT IS NEW PRESIDENT CUEPACS

Bernama
19/12/2019





SHAH ALAM: Former Congress of Unions of Employees in the Public and Civil Services (Cuepacs) secretary-general Adnan Mat has been elected new Cuepacs president for the 2019-2022 term.
Adnan who polled 676 votes defeated former Cuepacs deputy president II who received 381 votes during the 28th Triennial Convention of the congress held at the Shah Alam Convention Centre, here, today.
A total of 1,382 delegates cast their votes in the election.
Three other candidates who also vied for the president post were Cuepacs finance secretary Mohd Razali Singah, Union for Malay Forest Officers of Peninsular Malaysia president Datuk Ahmad Shuffir Zakaria and Peninsular Malaysia Customs Officers Union president Abdul Malik Mohamed Zin.
Incumbent Datuk Azih Muda did not seek re-election following his retirement from the public service sector at the end of this month.
Aminuddin Awang was named the new deputy president after garnering 766 votes while Zulkifli Mohamed who received 756 votes was elected deputy president II.
Cuepacs deputy secretary Abdul Rahman Mohd Nordin won the congress' secretary-general post unopposed.
Meanwhile, Adnan, when met by reporters afterwards said Cuepacs would continue fighting for the rights and welfare of civil servants including in urging the government to raise the minimum wage rate for civil servants.
He said the current rate was seen to be inadequate especially for the lower income B40 group. -- BERNAMA

13 Disember 2019

LIMA CALON BERTANDING JAWATAN PRESIDEN CUEPACS

Sinar Harian

MOHD AZLIM ZAINURY |
| 13 Disember 2019


 
SHAH ALAM - Kira-kira 1,400 perwakilan Kongres Kesatuan Pekerja-pekerja di dalam Perkhidmatan Awam (Cuepacs) bakal mengundi bagi menentukan kepimpinan tertinggi kesatuan itu minggu hadapan.

Konvensyen Tritahunan kali ke-28 kesatuan berkenaan bakal berlangsung selama tiga hari bermula pada 17 Disember dan berakhir pada 19 Disember ini di Pusat Konvensyen Shah Alam (SACC) di sini. Perkara itu disahkan oleh Setiausaha Agung Cuepacs, Adnan Mat yang juga merupakan salah seorang daripada lima calon bakal bertanding jawatan presiden kesatuan itu pada Konvensyen Tritahunan kali ke-28.

Menurutnya, Presiden Cuepacs, Datuk Azih Muda tidak akan mempertahankan jawatan disandangnya pada pemilihan kali ini apabila menamatkan perkhidmatan dengan Cuepacs pada 16 Disember ini. Selain Adnan, persaingan lima penjuru jawatan tertinggi itu bakal membabitkan Timbalan Presiden Cuepacs, Zainal Ismail dan Timbalan Setiausaha Kewangan Cuepacs, Mohd Razali Singah. Dua lagi calon adalah Presiden Kesatuan Pegawai Kastam Semenanjung Malaysia, Abdul Malik Mohamed Zin dan Presiden Kesatuan Pegawai-Pegawai Hutan Melayu Semenanjung Malaysia, Datuk Ahmad Shuffir Zakaria. Enggan mengulas lanjut mengenai pencalonan itu, Adnan berkata, pihak media akan dimaklumkan mengenai senarai penuh pencalonan jawatan tertinggi kesatuan dalam masa terdekat ini. Sementara itu, katanya, Konvensyen Tritahunan kali ke-28 kesatuan berkenaan yang bakal berlangsung selama tiga hari itu akan dirasmikan Ketua Setiausaha Negara, Tan Sri Dr Ismail Bakar.


11 Disember 2019