Malaysia resistant to reform due to ‘three-headed monster’, Nazir Razak says


Ragananthini Vethasalam

Former CIMB Group chairman Nazir Razak says that the “three-headed monster” of corruption, communal identity, and Umno's concentration of power has made Malaysia resistant to reform and change. – The Malaysian Insight file pic, September 10, 2021.

REFORMS are difficult in Malaysia because the country is ruled by a “three-headed monster” of corruption, communal identity, and the concentration of power wielded by Umno, former CIMB Group Holdings Bhd’s chairman Nazir Razak said.

He described the monster as being hard to slay and said that past attempts at reform have often failed.


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  • Nothing new but nevertheless factual. What next is the question with UMNO towing the entitlement mentality of governing the country.

    Posted 2 weeks ago by Bartok D

  • Go tell that to your disgraced brother

    Posted 2 weeks ago by Teruna Kelana