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PKR deputy president Azmin Ali with party president Datuk Seri Wan Azizah Wan Ismail. - Filepic
Thoughts and reflections on Selangor, and the ways forward.
Having been a doctor serving the people for 14 years, Datuk Seri Dr Wan Azizah Wan Ismail has now served as a politician for 15 years.
With more and more opposition leaders getting charged under the Sedition Act, it looks like the days of human rights violations are re-visiting us.
It is imperative for politicians to live exemplary lives as they are among the first to shape the better Malaysia we all long for.
It is ridiculous to suggest that a woman should not occupy public office because of their menstrual cycles.
Malaysians have to bridge the class gaps, and cross the political aisle because this country belongs to all of us.
A year later, as we laid a cake with a lone, lit candle before my son, I felt that a better Malaysia is still not here.
Hoping against the odds for a happy ending to a traumatic journey.
Fahmi Fadzil is a writer, performer, and political activist. He is currently the Communications Director for Keadilan. He believes in a better Malaysia.
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