Analyst looks at Muhyiddin’s ‘I-am-PM-for-all’ claim

Aliran’s Khoo Ying Hooi says it it was astute of Muhyiddin to position himself as prime minister for all Malaysians, knowing this would strike a chord among the people.

She discusses ways to move forward in particular by resolving the problems in our education system.

Touching on Bersih and the lowering of the eligible voting age to 18, she adds: “It is a crucial time for us to keep working on politics and human rights as we will soon have many more young voters.”

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9 Mar 2020 10.15am

If you are PM for all then……..Get rid of Race Base System in Malaysia.
All Malaysians must be called Bangsa Malaysia & not Malay, Chinese, Indian & Lain lain.
There are no current Malay leaders born with guts to do this….