Democracy and free speech are alive

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  • Monday, 11 Sep 2017

Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak delivering his speech during the JKKK/JKKKP and Desa Perdana Awards ceremony. -Bernamapic

ON Aug 31, Malaysia marked 60 years of independence, and along with a record haul of medals at the SEA Games, we also celebrated six decades of our country being a stable democracy and a free society.

In fact, when it comes to fiercely fought elections and the freedom to speak your mind, Malaysia has the strongest and longest democratic record in the whole of South-East Asia.

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