Non-Bumiputera participation in tthe State Civil Service
|Pledge Completeness Score:||14 %|
|Pledge Category:||Public Policy|
|Full Pledge:||Increase Non-Bumiputera participation in tthe State Civil Service to improve the diversity in the state delivery system|
YB Datuk Seri Dr. Zambry Abd. Kadir
Menteri Besar Perak - Pengerusi Jawatankuasa Agama, Kewangan, Keselamatan, Tanah, Sumber Asli, Perancangan Ekonomi, Pengangkutan Awam dan Hal Ehwal Bukan Islam
|State Government Self Evaluation:||
State government have yet to respond to requests for evaluation for this pledge
|State Opposition Evaluation:||
|Koperasi Usahawan Wanita Negeri Perak:||
|LLG Cultural Development Centre:||
"Getting worse today, even more than in 2008. In schools. PIBG in Batu Gajah, SMJK Yuk Kwan. Teachers in Chinese schools are more and more Malay. Used to be 70-80% Chinese teachers, now it is only about 40% only. So many teachers who are not posted. So in the teaching community (civil servants) Chinese numbers consistently going down. The most senior, pengetua and top four are expected to be Mandarin fluent, but there are many posted today who are not. The medium of communication has to be in Chinese, because they are Chinese schools."
|Perak Women for Women Society:||
None of our contacts have been beneficiaries of this policy.
|Stakeholders - Responded but not required for score:||
Perak Consumer Association - Not seen it. In the departments, they appear very Malay.
GASRA (Gabungan Solidariti Rakyat Perak) - When Pakatan government in power there were Indians and Chinese at the SUK building. Now can never see any non-Malays except in Mah's office, Chang Ko Yu office and the Speaker's office. In MBI took 37 drivers and they are all Malays.
LLG pointed out the dearth of Chinese teachers even in Chinese schools over the years, and GASRA stated that it is very rare to see non-Malays at the state government except at the minorities service offices. At an anecdotal level, GASRA showed that out of the 37 drivers hired by Mentri Besar Incorporation all of them were Malays.