Local council elections will make Malaysia stand tall


THE Prime Minister’s recent excuse that local council elections in Malaysia may give rise to race-related conflicts implies a lot of negativity in our democratically elected country. Malaysians have matured enough to know the problems conflicts can cause for everyone, as well as for the economy.

The Sarawak Institute for Public Affairs firmly believes that local elections will give rise to accountability and transparency, and boost performances of local councils.

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