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Govt initiatives impossible without civil servants: Najib (Updated)

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Govt i nitiatives impossible without civil servants: Najib (Updated)

PUTRAJAYA: The 97.6% achievement of government initiatives over the last five years could not be possible without the efforts of dedicated government servants, said Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Abdul Razak.

Describing them as the government's backbone, the premier attributed the country's ranking as the number one in Asia under the World Economic Forum's Inclusive Dev elopment Index as a testament to the close cooperative ties between the elected officials and government servants.

"We are number one in Asia and 13th in the world.

"China is ranked 25 and India 62.

"This could not be possible without the strong support of government servants who back our initiatives for a better Malaysia," he said in his speech during the Prime Minister's Department monthly meeting held at Perdana Putra, here, today.

As such, Najib opined that 2018 will be the year which will present the government's success and impressive results for the country.

Calling on civil servants to continue working as a team, the Prime Minister vowed to continue to improve, better and provide more progress for Malaysia.

"If 2017 is the year of delivery, this year, the government's aim is for the people to witness the country's achievements in setting new landmarks and continued productivity.

&q uot;I will continue to work harder for the country and so will my deputy (Datuk Seri Dr Ahmad Zahid Hamidi)," he said.

Acknowledging that this year is also set for the 14th General Election, Najib called on government servants to consider several deciding factors.

"This year is a big year, a year that many will make decisions that will impact the future of the country

"Among the deciding factors include which party would administer the country better and take better care of the people's welfare.

"Therefore one must be determined that the party that they would choose will ensure that its policies will eventually be translated for the benefit of the rakyat with integrity and efficiently," he said adding that he hoped for government servants to make the right choice during polls.

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