Nazir calls for reboot in ‘New Malaysia’


Nazir Razak, the son of second prime minister Abdul Razak Hussein, says Malaysia needs to update his father’s National Consultative Council to meet present-day challenges. – The Malaysian Insight file pic, March 11, 2019.

MALAYSIA needs a fresh socio-political agreement to rebuild itself, said former CIMB Group chairman Nazir Razak.

Citing history after the 1969 racial riots, Nazir was quoted as saying by The Star that a new National Consultative Council (NCC) can help recalibrate Malaysia’s institutions, politics and socio-economic strategies.


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  • Since bossku is making all the headlines, now adikku joining the frays.

    Posted 2 years ago by Teruna Kelana

  • For a start of the reboot initiative, the government should replace all directors in GLCs such as UEM, CIMB and Sime Darby who have engaged in corrupt and dubious practices and transactions before May 2018. The same goes for the executives and top management of these entities who have not shown full commitment to clean and accountable governance and those who had sucked up to Najib and his henchmen.

    Posted 2 years ago by Panchen Low