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THE warning by the Sultan of Perak, Sultan Nazrin Muizzuddin Shah, about the threat of corruption to the nation’s psyche is brave and bold. And timely (“Sultan: Fight the graft disease”, The Star, Sept 23; online at bit.ly/star_sultannazrin).

It is indeed a wake-up call to the nation that if the corruption trend is not arrested, it could lead us down the slippery road to ruin.

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