Civil servants urged to promote Malaysia Madani concept

KUALA LUMPUR: It is essential for civil servants to play their role in promoting the Malaysia Madani concept to ensure better understanding and appreciation among the public, says the Prime Minister's political secretary.

Datuk Azman Abidin said the concept, introduced a year ago, has not reached a satisfactory level of understanding among the community, emphasising a need for further comprehension and engagement.

"Even though it has been a year since the Madani concept was introduced, more extensive effort is required to disseminate its meaning to the community. This is particularly crucial among government employees, given their role in championing the ideals of the Madani government," he said when met at the 'Khidmat Demi Rakyat' cheapest sales programme organised by Bandar Tun Razak parliamentary office here on Sunday (Jan 21).

On Jan 19, 2023, the Prime Minister introduced the concept of Malaysia Madani. The framework focuses on six pillars, namely sustainability, prosperity, innovation, respect, trust and compassion.

Meanwhile, Parti Keadilan Rakyat (PKR) vice-president Nurul Izzah Anwar expressed hope that Malaysians from all walks of life, irrespective of their backgrounds, would participate in realising the objectives of the Malaysia Madani concept.

"Madani envisions elevating Malaysia to greater heights, and I'm confident that every citizen aspires for our country's excellence. Undoubtedly, achieving the Madani concept requires the collective involvement of everyone," she said. – Bernama

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