'Malaysians can even get tired of good nasi lemak'

comments     Alyaa Alhadjri     Published     Updated

The desire to change a government that has been in power for so long is like eventually getting tired of eating a good nasi lemak every day, says Centre of Public Policy Studies (CPPS) chairperson Ramon Navaratnam.

In his opening speech at a CPPS conference for youth leaders held at the Parliament building, Ramon used this analogy to illustrate how more Malaysians are leaving the country or calling for changes in the current administration system and public policies.

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