The Centre for a Better Tomorrow (CENBET) recently held its sequel press conference on Malaysians’ level of trust in public institutions. More in-depth findings of the survey were released to the media at the ground floor of Wisma HCK.
In particular, detailed results of the study on the reasons for lack of trust in politicians, the judicial system, local authorities, media, the police force and the armed forces. The detailed findings would be presented to the newly-established Committee on Institutional Reforms as input for the government to enhance trust and public delivery in key institutions.
The online survey was carried out in accordance with the guidelines and standards of the International Chamber of Commerce and the ESOMAR Code of Practice. Both are globally accepted standards in the fields of market, opinion as well as social research and data analytics.
The media conference was chaired by CENBET Co-President Mr Gan Ping Sieu. Other members of the CENBET board and top management were present at the press conference were Tan Sri Dr T. Marimuthu (Deputy President), Dato’ Simon Lim (member of the Board of Governors) and Mr Chow Kum Hor (Executive Director).
(from left) Mr Chow Kum Hor (Executive Director), Mr Low Eng Tack (Committee member), Tan Sri Dr T. Marimuthu (Deputy President), Mr Gan Ping Sieu (Co-President), Ms Cindy Khaw (Committee member) and Dr Leong Yuen Yoong (WAYY Consulting)