Institutional and legal reforms in 2019

Syahredzan Johan

Modified 31 Dec 2019, 2:01 am

COMMENT | We are now at the end of another year. 2019 is drawing to a close, and we will welcome 2020.

2020 will also see the start of the first full year of ‘Malaysia Baharu’. The current government swept into power on a whole host of promises of institutional reforms.

To those who care about these reforms, the changes, if any, have been less than satisfactory. Some even say that there is no difference between the new Malaysia and the old.

This is an unfair assessment. There has been much progress when it comes to reforms, and while one can certainly question the pace of reforms, objectively it would be difficult to argue that there are no changes at all...

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