situation might be one of the consequences of the implemented government restructuring
in the country. As observed by the author, it is common in government setting wherein
corruption is permeating to always focus on the structure of the bureaucracy in
instituting reforms and setting aside performance and quality of public service.
Focus is always directed on the number of personnel that will compose the
bureaucracy and strict adherence to civil service requirements as embodied in
the reforms. It is quite unfortunate that performance and sensitivity to public
service requirements are often secondary.