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Thursday, July 9, 2009

People Friendly Reformation in Malaysia

"Every nation on this planet is at risk and just as no one nation is responsible for climate change, no one nation can address it alone." Barack Obama.

Let's walk side by side to progress and prosperity


"BOLD", "brave", "revolutionary", "refreshing", "friendly" -- "a strong set of reforms to take the country forward". These were just some of the words used to describe Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak's activities and policies unveiled in his first 100 days in office.

Najib has set out to transform the nation "in a holistic and comprehensive manner; not just superficially".

The reforms have been implemented even as he had to hit the ground running. Unlike for most leaders, there was no honeymoon for Najib. Even before he took the oath of office, the opposition had started its vicious attacks. But he has remained focused on the job at hand -- the economy, the people, their welfare and the future of their children and generations to come.

Najib, with a people-friendly and down-to-earth approach, has begun to deliver on his promise to the rakyat when he took the oath of office on April 3.
Getting down to the ground to seek feedback directly from the man in the street; his walkabouts; his having set targets and key performance indicators for ministers; his no-nonsense and businesslike approach had been welcomed by the businesses, investors and the rakyat.

Full Report: Copyright 2009 New Straits Times, 10/07/2009
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