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Set aside differences with the opposition, CSO urges Ismail's cabinet
Published:  Aug 27, 2021 7:52 AM
Updated: 10:01 AM

The Civil Society Organisations Platform for Reform (CSO Platform) has called on the new government to work together with the opposition and appoint experts and professionals to the National Recovery Council.

“Amidst the raging pandemic, and the political and economic crises, CSOs are appealing to the political parties under the new administration of (Prime Minister) Ismail Sabri (Yaakob) to put aside their differences, and to work alongside with the Opposition, appoint experts and professionals to the National Recovery Council, to mitigate the damages in public health, economy and (the Covid-19) pandemic, to help Malaysia heal...

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