Give science a bigger role


PRIME Minister Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim has a daunting task in picking and choosing his Cabinet members. While governance and integrity were the main concerns in the past, this time focus must also be placed on the need to propel the country to developed nation status.

Malaysians are eagerly waiting for transformation of the healthcare and education systems, and improvements in food security, transport, housing, environment (read waste management, conservation and climate change) as well as the water and energy sectors, not to mention women and youth empowerment.

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