Smart and equitable cities

THE Association for Welfare, Community and Dialogue (Acid) is concerned that the plight of the urban poor seems to have been placed on the back burner in favour of focusing on transforming our cities into smart green cities.

According to press reports, the government aims to turn the federal territories into smart cities by 2030. Prime Minister Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim said this is in line with the concept of Malaysia Madani*, which also emphasises sustainability.

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