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25 Mei 2022

Upgrade system, add manpower to shorten passport waiting time, says Cuepacs

 FMT
25/5/2022


PETALING JAYA: Cuepacs urged the government today to improve the immigration department’s (JIM) passport application system to ensure that it delivers a smooth and efficient service.

Its president, Adnan Mat, said adopting the latest system should help the department improve its services.

The umbrella body for civil service unions made the statement after outraged passport applicants complained about long waiting hours in queues from early morning at the home ministry’s (KDN) complex at Setia Tropika in Johor Bahru.Adnan also urged the government to increase the department’s manpower as soon as possible to avoid the Johor ruckus from happening again, adding that this was crucial as JIM had to expand its operational hours.


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He also called on members of the public to refrain from taking to social media to vent their grievances over the department’s alleged failure in improving its services. He said their claims were baseless and tarnished the department’s credibility.Adnan explained that Cuepacs itself went to Johor to get the actual picture of what transpired, and learnt that the department had extended its operating hours for its services nationwide until 10pm. It had even opened up services in Peninsular offices on Saturdays until 12.30pm.

“Cuepacs would like to advise the public to plan their overseas travel and avoid making sudden holiday plans, since sudden and last-minute plans will create difficulties for many parties,” he added.

22 Mei 2022

Cuepacs to propose rise in minimum salary of civil servants to PM

 Borneo Post
22 May 2022


SIBU (May 22): Congress of Unions of Employees in the Public and Civil Services (Cuepacs) president Datuk Adnan Mat wants to highlight their proposal to raise the minimum monthly salary of civil servants to RM1,800 to the Prime Minister during the ‘Hari Bomba’ 2022 celebration in Penang today.

This was disclosed by Cuepacs secretary-general Tuan Abdul Rahman Mohd Nordin who said their president will also voice the other proposal on the two yearly increment for public servants earning more than RM1,800 monthly to Datuk Seri Ismail Sabri Yaakob.

“Our president will take the opportunity to meet up with the Prime Minister who will be officiating at the national level ‘Hari Bomba’ 2022 in Kepala Batas, Penang tomorrow,” he told reporters after the ‘Randau Isu-Isu Semasa Bersama Presiden Cuepacs Malaysia’ at Paramount Hotel here yesterday.

Abdul Rahman pointed out that civil servants earning a monthly salary of RM5,000 and below are very much affected by the higher cost of living.

Cuepacs, he added, has also urged the government to control prices of goods, where the Ministry of Domestic Trade and Consumer Affairs (KPDNHEP) can put the lid on the prices of key food items such as flour, sugar and rice.

He reiterated Cuepacs’ call for the government to implement the new remuneration system soon in the light of the higher cost of living.

The current size of the country’s civil service stands at 1.6 million people.

Cuepacs to propose rise in minimum salary of civil servants to PM

 Borneo Post
22 May 2022


SIBU (May 22): Congress of Unions of Employees in the Public and Civil Services (Cuepacs) president Datuk Adnan Mat wants to highlight their proposal to raise the minimum monthly salary of civil servants to RM1,800 to the Prime Minister during the ‘Hari Bomba’ 2022 celebration in Penang today.

This was disclosed by Cuepacs secretary-general Tuan Abdul Rahman Mohd Nordin who said their president will also voice the other proposal on the two yearly increment for public servants earning more than RM1,800 monthly to Datuk Seri Ismail Sabri Yaakob.

“Our president will take the opportunity to meet up with the Prime Minister who will be officiating at the national level ‘Hari Bomba’ 2022 in Kepala Batas, Penang tomorrow,” he told reporters after the ‘Randau Isu-Isu Semasa Bersama Presiden Cuepacs Malaysia’ at Paramount Hotel here yesterday.

Abdul Rahman pointed out that civil servants earning a monthly salary of RM5,000 and below are very much affected by the higher cost of living.

Cuepacs, he added, has also urged the government to control prices of goods, where the Ministry of Domestic Trade and Consumer Affairs (KPDNHEP) can put the lid on the prices of key food items such as flour, sugar and rice.

He reiterated Cuepacs’ call for the government to implement the new remuneration system soon in the light of the higher cost of living.

The current size of the country’s civil service stands at 1.6 million people.

Meanwhile, Cuepacs Sarawak chairman Omar Bahrain Unin said the key objective of the event was to invite officials from Cuepacs at the national level to share on current issues related to civil servants, what have been requested by Cuepacs to the government and what may be expected to be announced by government to all civil servants.

He pointed out that, with a minimum salary of RM1,800 coupled with some fixed allowances, civil servants are expected to draw a monthly salary of RM2,300 to RM2,400.

“In this regard, they will be above the national poverty line income of RM2,208 per month,” he said.