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Report card on Harapan shows 'unrealistic goals' in manifesto

Alyaa Alhadjri

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Modified 28 Jun 2019, 8:26 am

The government has set a list of unrealistic goals and showcased a lack political will to fulfil other achievable promises made in the Buku Harapan GE14 election manifesto, according to the Institute of Democracy and Economic Affairs (Ideas).

Ideas research director Laurence Todd said the think-tank's ongoing Projek Pantau monitoring of 244 selected sub-promises found little progress made to about 30 percent of the "unrealistic goals" set in areas of education, institutional reforms and the economy...

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