The Daily Star | 2 October 2018

The new Malaysian government has moved to reform the country’s foreign workers’ recruitment and management policy, aiming to bring discipline to the sector.

“What is happening now is that there are ad hoc policies. Today one ministry will come up with one policy and tomorrow another policy,” said Malaysian Human Resources Minister M Kulasegaran yesterday, while speaking to reporters after a programme in Ipoh, the capital of Malaysian state Perak.

To coordinate the overall policies and the management of migrant workers, the new government, led by Mahathir Mohamad, has formed an independent committee which will begin its work in two weeks, he said, according to a report by Malaysian newspaper Malay Mail.



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