Marking Madani govt’s first year in operation


KUALA LUMPUR: As the Madani government turns one, a programme will be held from Dec 8 to 10 to celebrate the event.

The Prime Minister’s Office (PMO) said the objective of this programme is to spread and promote new policies and initiatives, increase public awareness and understanding of the direction and goals of the government.

“It is about building trust and confidence between the government and the people through reporting its achievement on a regular basis.

“This programme involves collaborations with various ministries, government agencies, government-linked companies, non-governmental organisations and other private parties.

“The programme will focus on three components – showcasing the Madani government’s ‘One Year Achievements’, the touchpoints of services for the rakyat and their well-being initiatives for the people.

“These three components are the government’s efforts to ensure that the interests of the people are prioritised,” the PMO said in a statement yesterday.

Prime Minister Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim is expected to be present at the closing ceremony on Dec 10 along with other ministers.

The public is also invited to participate in the three-day event at Bukit Jalil National Stadium from 9am to 10pm.

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