Bold move needed to forge Bangsa Malaysia


FROM the recent election that toppled the political entity which had ruled the nation since independence, one significant phenomenon that emerged is the fact that the people were willing to forego racial identity and even religious concerns in their quest for justice.

It was no longer the party or race that won the day. It was indeed a change in the mood of the citizens of Malaysia.

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