'Rules make youths rebel'

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  • Sunday, 09 Feb 2003

KUALA LUMPUR: Imposing a list of do’s and don’ts on youths is “just not the best way” to get them to stay away from undesirable activities, said Federation of Malay Students Union (GPMS) president Datuk Suhaimi Ibrahim. 

“Youths see life as an adventure and it is boredom that lead them to indulge in unhealthy activities,” he said. 

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