Fernandez: We must preserve multiracial and religious harmony in the country


PETALING JAYA: Malaysians should see beyond their own race for the sake of preserving the multiracial and religious harmony that exists in the country, said Malaysian Artistes Association (Karyawan) president Datuk Freddie Fernandez (pic).

Fernandez, 61, cited his own experience at Karyawan, which represents and fights for the rights of all Malaysian artistes regardless of race or religion.

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