PETALING JAYA, November 6 – Malaysia will take time to accept the transition from competition-based, need-based positive action.
President of Bloomberg International International Newspaper Haslinda Amin was asked to ask the president of the PKR, who is speaking at the Bloomberg New Economic Forum in Singapore today, whether Bumiputera's policy is no longer valid.
Tır Now it's changing to some degree because we're taking positive actions rather than judgment, and it will take time for the Malay to accept it.
Lardır Over the past 40 years, they have been vaccinated with this clear policy. [that] In order to survive, we say that economic policy is for your race, but now we must not forget that survival should grow economy, investments need to come, but also poor and marginalized. Hayat
Reported during a hood 'Malaysia's search for democratic accountability & # 39; Anwar, at a certain time, explained that most Malaysians in the country were deprived of economic opportunities and that the New Economic Policy (NEP) was put in place to heal them, but that they are now obsolete. The understanding of Malaysians has changed.
. Let's make the basics clear, An Anwar said. Caz It must prepare the country's economy and attract FDI (foreign direct investment) to do so.
Alı Our policies must be transparent. We accept that. "
The NEP was first introduced in 1970 as part of a package of measures introduced after the race uprising in May 1969. This officially ended in 1990, but racial-based policies in favor of the Malay majority continue to this day.
NEP tried to eradicate poverty and rebuild society in order to eliminate the definition of economic functional race to create the conditions of national unity.
Anwar has also said he wants the NEP to be dismantled since 2007 and wants the economy to be more vibrant and more Malaysian than competitive to have the resources to grow.
Üm But if we don't show enough empathy or concern, I'm strong about positive action as countries that simply ignore the plight of the poor and prefer growth and prosperity.
”In the end, the Malaysians or the poor will not lose the Chinese or property Indians in the slums in the city,“ he said.