Civil service has power to make a better nation for all


SINCE his appointment as Prime Minister on Nov 24, Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim seems to be striking all the right chords. True to his pre-election promises, he has been prioritising the people in his actions, pronouncements and promises – even before he was able to cobble together his Cabinet.

Whatever grandiose plans he may have for the future, the good thing is that he now seems to be concentrating on bread-and-butter issues. As the saying goes, he has hit the ground running.

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