Time to elevate Malaysia Day celebration

IN line with the formation of the unity government and our support for its vision to forge closer and meaningful ties between people in the peninsula and Borneo states, now is the time to look at celebrating National (Merdeka) Day and Malaysia Day through a unity lens.

Since the formation of Malaysia on Sept 16, 1963, Malaysia Day has not been celebrated in as grand a scale as National Day on Aug 31 even though both days are public holidays.

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