Vision needed now more than ever


Emmanuel Joseph

We may not have overcome the nine challenges outlined in Wawasan 2020, but the vision is worth reviving. For Malaysia’s sake, we should look back to look ahead. – The Malaysian Insight pic by Afif Abd Halim, January 2, 2020.

WHEN Wawasan 2020 was envisioned in 1991, many in the workforce today were in school.

The year 2020 had seemed so far away, and with the strong economy then and a clear vision of what Malaysia wanted to be, it was exciting to visualise what we would be like 30 years later. Strong, united, harmonious, successful, proud and rightfully on a par with the best of the world.


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  • When we had wawasan 2020, we did not have meritocracy to push it forward. So it failed. Now we have wawasan 2030, yet there is still no meritocracy, the same biased and prejudiced policies remain. We can't expect any hope that it will succeed.

    Posted 1 month ago by Tanahair Ku

    • Our leader has very poor vision

      Posted 1 month ago by Tanahair Ku