Institutional reforms can restore confidence


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  • Sunday, 27 Mar 2016

PETALING JAYA: Institutional reforms are essential in Malaysia to create a high level of confidence in the country’s governance, says the G25 pro-moderation movement.

The group of reform-minded Malaysians said it was watching the current state of politics with concern.

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