Letter to editor
IT’S encouraging to witness Anwar and his cabinet’s positive strides in guiding Malaysia and Southeast Asia towards recovery post the impactful COVID-19 pandemic.
Uninterrupted governance is vital for addressing critical issues and implementing policies that benefit the nation.
As efforts to combat corruption and abuse of power are crucial for a nation’s long-term well-being, Anwar’s commitment to recovering misspent funds over the years is commendable.
However, it is imperative that all actions adhere to legal boundaries and due process.
In the face of concerns regarding potential interference with Anwar’s initiatives, it’s crucial for Malaysians to uphold the rule of law and democratic principles.
Thorough investigations into allegations of corruption or misconduct should be conducted through appropriate legal channels.
Ultimately, Malaysia’s strength lies in the unity and determination of its people to foster a more prosperous, fair and transparent society. Citizens must stay engaged, informed and active in supporting the government’s wholesome efforts to build a just Malaysia for all. – Jan 5, 2024
DAP Banting state assemblyman Papparaidu Veraman is the Selangor state EXCO in-charge of human resources, poverty eradication, indigenous affairs and minority affairs. Additionally, he also jointly chairs the special committee for Buddhism, Christianity, Hinduism, Sikhism and Taoism.
The views expressed are solely of the author and do not necessarily reflect those of Focus Malaysia.