Orang Asli are impressed with governance in Penang

comments     Susan Loone     Published     Updated

A group of Orang Asli visitors to Penang are impressed with the state’s system of governance, saying the people here are given the opportunity to decide on their future.

The group’s spokesperson, Sabariah Yusri, said having the freedom to decide on one’s own future is a very important matter for the Orang Asli.

“After visiting several state agencies here, we have learnt that the Penang government gives its people the opportunity to make their own decisions. This is a very important element for us,” Sabariah said at a luncheon hosted by Chief Minister Lim Guan Eng in Komtar today...

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