Speeding up recruitment of docs, medics

Speeding up recruitment of docs, medics

PUTRAJAYA: The Health Ministry has formed a special taskforce to speed up the recruitment of doctors and medical officers in the country.

Its minister Datuk Seri Liow Tiong Lai said the taskforce, led by Health Ministry secretary-general Datuk Seri Mohd Nasir Mohd Ashraf, was aimed at reducing the recruitment process from between two and three months to one month or less.

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Malaysia minister tells bloggers: Legal action our last resort

Update. Sounds better than Syed Hamid. However, the government should work harder to adapt to the new mindset. Bloggers are not a special group of people. Most of them are wage-earners, law abiding citizens and citizens who used the internet channel to express their frustrations, grouses, views and opinions.

Most of them are probably unimportant enough to get a space on the mainstream media to express their views and opinions. This is the reason why they find the blogs most liberating.
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Big Napoleons in MOH

 

Big Napoleons in MOH

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by mnoria

Big Napoleons in MOH acting like mafia warlords to sabotage the Health Ministry’s official announcements

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I beg your pardon to disagree with your honour Mr PM of Malaysia, I disagree with you

I beg your pardon to disagree with your honour Mr PM of Malaysia,

I disagree with you. ASEANis just the club of governments and

never think about the citizens, especially the Burmese people,

Burmese Muslims including Rohingyas

So we don’t care but actually even happy that the ASEAN summit got the shit it deserve.

Read what the Mr PM of Malaysia had wrote in his blog.

I have just returned from Pattaya where I was to have attended the ASEAN Leaders Summit beginning formally yesterday. You will have seen from the media how “red shirt” protestors made it impossible for us to proceed. It was unfortunate that my meetings were cancelled one after the other as leaders could not leave or enter the conference venue. Luckily, with the assistance of the Thai armed forces and police, we made it safely to the airport en route home. As we took off, I reflected with great concern how domestic political challenges like these can impede the good work of a regional grouping like ASEAN – and delay the benefits of closer integration for hundreds of millions living and working in Southeast Asia.

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