Clock is ticking for more reforms


THE popular adage reads, if it ain’t broke, don’t fix it. But in Malaysia’s case, there’s a lot that needs to be fixed.

To put it simply, the “government knows best” approach isn’t working. What we have now is a lot of good soundbites, lofty goals and initiatives that are supposed to be put in place that hopefully will lead to a better future for all of us.

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Onyourside , Madani , reforms , corruption , education

Brian Martin

Brian Martin

Brian Martin is the managing editor of The Star.

   

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