Nazir: Proposed deliberative platform will push for a better Malaysia via reform recommendations to Parliament


KUALA LUMPUR: The proposed Better Malaysia Assembly is merely a new deliberative platform to push for a more democratic and stable nation by discussing issues and making recommendations to Parliament for reforms, says Tan Sri Nazir Razak.

“Just a few weeks ago, on behalf of a diverse group of 55 Malaysians well-known in their respective fields, I wrote to His Majesty Yang di-Pertuan Agong to seek the support of the Council of Rulers for the formation of a new deliberative platform called the Better Malaysia Assembly or BMA after its, all-encompassing agenda,” he said.

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