Groups urge PM to prioritise new economic policy for Malays

Diyana Ibrahim

Malay and Bumiputera groups say the Anwar Ibrahim administration needs to come up with more comprehensive solutions for the demographic's economic issues. – The Malaysian Insight file pic, April 6, 2023.

PUTRAJAYA must urgently make changes and introduce new policies to empower the Malay economy, economic and Malay groups said.

They said Prime Minister Anwar Ibrahim’s administration has yet to show a clear direction and target on the Malay and Bumiputera economic agenda.

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  • In other words, these goons what to be king free loaders sucking on the blood of people who work!!

    Posted 5 months ago by Alphonz Jayaraman

  • During this holy month of Ramadan, you lot are still harping on race and religion. God did not create this world for just your ethnic group and religion. God meant it for everyone. Why can't you see this and ask for an economic policy for all the poor and needy.

    Posted 5 months ago by T E

  • I think you need to ask yourselves why you think the Malays and Bumis have not thrived given the fact that we have had Malay centric governments since the beginning and especially after 1969. You also need to recognise that our country right now is cash strapped because of all the extravance and other issues in the past. Can't expect Unity Govt create money out of nowhere

    Posted 5 months ago by Geraldine Jambu