KUALA LUMPUR: More Madani Government One-Year Anniversary programmes may be under consideration in other states following the encouraging response from the public to the event here, says Prime Minister Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim.
“I can see that the people are interested, and if it is like this, we (the government) may consider it during the Cabinet meeting next week to transfer such exhibition activities.
“This is to provide clarification to the people in every state,” he told reporters after observing the Madani Government One-Year Anniversary Programme at the grounds of the National Stadium in Bukit Jalil here yesterday.
On his visit, Anwar said the programme received a very encouraging response and even the collaboration among all the government departments, government-linked companies and private companies was very satisfactory, reported Bernama.
The official closing ceremony by Anwar today is the high point of the three-day programme, which started on Friday.
The programme aims to disseminate and promote new policies and initiatives introduced by every ministry to the people, in addition to increasing public awareness and understanding of the government’s direction to build the trust and confidence of the people through periodical reporting of achievements.
Anwar, who arrived at about 11.30am, was welcomed by Communications and Digital Minister Fahmi Fadzil along with Youth and Sports Minister Hannah Yeoh.
The Prime Minister then visited several booths set up by government ministries and agencies such as the Communications and Digital Ministry, the Malaysian National News Agency (Bernama) and the National Film Development Corporation (Finas).
He also spent time mingling and taking pictures with visitors to the programme.