More power to state governments

comments     Sim Tze Tzin     Published     Updated

COMMENT Malaysia is currently at the political and administrative crossroads. The malfunctioning of the government is simply too glaring to ignore. The government is failing, which will result in grave repercussions for the country.

The 13th general election presents Malaysia's contesting coalitions a rare opportunity to reform the government, to make it a functioning and effective democracy once again. The key to this is decentralisation and people empowerment...

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