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José Pereira Coutinho

President and Director

Macau Civil Servant's Association

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Civil Servant's Association calls for more social benefits | Macau Business Daily

macaubusinessdaily.com [cached]

Increases in social benefits and civil servant's benefits, as well as improvements in local workers' rights were proposed to the Chief Executive (CE) yesterday, said the President and Director of the Macau Civil Servant's Association (ATFPM), José Pereira Coutinho.
In a meeting with the CE yesterday, the group presented recommendations for the MSAR Government Policy Address for Fiscal Year 2017, at the CE's Office. Speaking to reporters after the meeting, the ATFPM President said that they had suggested that the government should increase total expenditure on social benefits due to rising inflation in the city. "We are asking the government to raise the amount of the cash handout programme to MOP12,000 (US$1,502) from the current MOP9,000, and to increase the medical coupons from MOP600 to MOP1,000 per resident per year," Mr. Coutinho said. However, after the handover, there has been none," Mr. Coutinho pointed out. He added that proposals aiming to increase the benefits of civil servants were also covered in the group's meeting with the CE, such as the retirement scheme. We hope these problems can be solved before the CE ends his tenure in two years," Mr. Coutinho said.


macaubusinessdaily.com

Another campaign winner was Macau Civil Servants Association president José Pereira Coutinho, who managed to get former prison guard Leong Veng Chai, the second name in his ticket, elected.
The second seat scored by Mr Coutinho's ticket was a surprise, said Mr So, which shows the public recognises the works done by a more vocal legislator.


www.scmp.com

Jose Coutinho, president of the Macau Civil Servants Association, yesterday said the city had paid a heavy price for businesspeople running Macau over the past nine years.
> "The next chief executive should be a person with over 10 years of civil service experience and legal expertise," said Mr Coutinho, who is also a legislator. "Only such a person can put heart and soul into working for the public." Macau Chief Executive Edmund Ho Hau-wah, who will step down in December next year, begins a two-day trip to Beijing today to meet state leaders and report on his work. The transition of power in Macau is expected to feature in the discussions, with the city electing his replacement next summer. Mr Coutinho said a lack of accountability for high officials and the model of "businesspeople running Macau" had led to corruption, citing the graft scandal involving former public works minister Ao Man-long, who was found with illegal income worth HK$800 million. The association is known for defending the interests of low-ranking government workers. In September, it led about 1,000 civil servants in the first protest in Macau by government employees, demanding better pay and a fair promotion system. Mr Coutinho said morale among lower-ranking civil servants had hit rock bottom and called for changes. "Their road ahead is unclear and the civil servants have little confidence in the future," he said. The Ao scandal weakened people's trust in the administration, after a trial in the Court of Final Appeal found the former official and his friends rode roughshod over guidelines laid down for the administration, overruling the rating of bids for public projects, putting unqualified people in government jobs, changing the city's alignment rules to suit developers and leaking the government's infrastructure plans. Ao was jailed for 27 years in January on 57 counts of bribe-taking, money laundering, abuse of power and other charges.


www.nzherald.co.nz

Macau legislators like Jose Coutinho say the May Day clash signalled deep-seated resentment towards the Government for failing to redistribute wealth fairly."It's the culmination of abuse of power that has been running since after the handover," said Coutinho, a Macanese of Portuguese descent and also president of the Macau Civil Servant's Union, which joined in last week's march.


vegasnews.squarespace.com

Macau legislators like Jose Coutinho say the May Day clash signaled deep-seated resentment towards the government for failing to redistribute wealth fairly to poorer parts of society. "It's the culmination of abuse of power that has been running since after the handover," said Coutinho, president of the Macau Civil Servants' Union, which joined in last week's march. "Abuse of power, not applying the rule of law, and poor transparency has resulted in heavy corruption at the highest level," Coutinho added.


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