Rafidah: Stop 'playing a role' and take responsibility for nation-building

Alyaa Alhadjri

Modified 17 Aug 2019, 7:54 am

Former minister Rafidah Aziz has urged Malaysians to assume responsibility for building a harmonious nation, instead of pandering to specific races through superficial role-playing.

Addressing some 500 participants at a students' summit in Kuala Lumpur, Rafidah said politicians in particular should stop "playing a role" as it implies putting on an act to target only a certain group of people rather than all Malaysians...

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