Pak Long, a rubber tapper from Kedah thinks Malaysians must give the new government time to carry out its promises. “Fixing the country will take more than one or two days,” he says. Photo: Joe Kit Yong for Ceritalah
Karim Raslan
Opinion

Opinion

Asian Angle by Karim Raslan

100 days of Mahathir. Should Malaysians be more patient?

As part of its election manifesto, the Pakatan Harapan coalition promised 10 reforms in the first 100 days. It has delivered just two. Here’s how the voters feel about that

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Pak Long, a rubber tapper from Kedah thinks Malaysians must give the new government time to carry out its promises. “Fixing the country will take more than one or two days,” he says. Photo: Joe Kit Yong for Ceritalah
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