Sunday, April 13, 2014

Nothing leaks for free

Stern action against civil servants who leak Putrajaya’s secrets – Bernama

Putrajaya will not compromise and will take firm action including sacking civil servants found leaking its secrets. Tan Sri Ali Hamsa (pic), chief secretary to the government, said civil servants were responsible for ensuring confidentiality to ensure national security and the well being of the people. "Efforts must be stepped up to ensure...
                                              Malaysia Insider
Putrajaya will not compromise and will take firm action including sacking civil servants found leaking its secrets.
Tan Sri Ali Hamsa (pic), chief secretary to the government, said civil servants were responsible for ensuring confidentiality to ensure national security and the well being of the people.

"Efforts must be stepped up to ensure that government secrets are not leaked. Action will be taken in accordance with the general circular and the government security directive.

"Civil servants who leak government secrets may be sacked, depending on the secrets leaked," he told reporters after presenting prizes to the winners of the Ironman 70.3 winners in Putrajaya today.

Ali said that he has yet to receive an official report on the alleged leakage of government documents.

Fakhrul Azman Abu Bakar, the international bureau chairman of the Malaysian International Institute of Islamic Cooperation, called for action to identify who leaked unverified document on the visit of Deputy Prime Minister Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin to the United Arab Emirates on April 8.

The Members of Parliament for Bukit Bendera (Zairil Khir Johari) and Bukit Mertajam (Steven Sim Chee Keong) questioned Muhyiddin's five-day visit to Dubai, alleging that the official duty was for only several hours, while the remaining time was for playing golf. – Bernama, April 13, 2014.
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Not sure what this Ali is talking about when the Defence Ministry has been given away all their military documents for a song.
Don't believe ask the Prime Minister, ask Mahathir, ask Daim, ask Razak Baginda, ask Rosmah, ask Fatty Low, ask Zahid or ask the senior officers in the Military or PDRM - 'secret documents sold by Terasasi (Hong Kong) to Thint Asia (Thales International) said to be worth €36 million (RM142 million).'

In the meantime Malaysians should also ask 'WHO SOLD MILITARY INFORMATION TO CAUSE THE LOSS OF MH370 AND ITS PASSENGERS?'

IN MALAYSIA NOTHING LEAKS FOR FREE.  You folks want a contract, just contact the ex-TNB Meter Reader.  Minimum asking price is RM5 million. Highest RM700 million. Better hurry before he retires next year.


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