Paternalism is bad for the country


We should have the final say on our personal choices and we must not allow this precious right to be taken away.

I WAS in Johor Baru last Thursday to speak at the “Great Debate” at Universiti Teknologi Malaysia Skudai. The topic was, “Does an English-medium education increase competitiveness or dilute identity?”

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Opinion , Wan Saiful Wan Jan , columnist

   

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