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Why one ethnic?
Published on: Sunday, April 07, 2024
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It is vital for Malaysia to recognise that privileging specific ethnic groups should not compromise economic progress.  - pix for illustration purposes only
IT is imperative to address the recurrent breakdowns in essential services like telephone, electricity and water. Presently, all directors overseeing these services are of Malay descent. 

This situation could lead to the perception that these people are ‘tidak pandai’ in managing these critical infrastructure. 

To ensure Malaysia’s economic advancement, it is crucial to diversify by appointing Chinese, Indian and Kadazan directors alongside Malays based on merit.

Having a diverse set of directors will likely elevate the quality standards of services provided. 

It could lead to the implementation of efficient operational strategies enabling services to run seamlessly 24 hours a day. 

Such improvements in service reliability are pivotal for the nation’s economic growth.

It is vital for Malaysia to recognise that privileging specific ethnic groups should not compromise economic progress. 

Rather, fostering inclusivity and meritocracy in leadership appointments will not only enhance service delivery but also contribute significantly to the country’s overall development and prosperity.

Patriotic Malay,

Tawau


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