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Malaysia needs ‘comprehensive change’, not only a new PM: Anwar

“For a initial time in a history, a sitting Prime Minister is underneath review for misappropriation of funds.

This is function during a same time as a people face rising prices, a fatiguing GST and a misfortune mercantile doubt given a 1997 Asian financial crisis. 

At a same time, a Sedition Act and a operation of other odious laws sojourn in place in sequence to overpower a people.

From behind these jail walls, we feel a good regard and worry for my country. 

The BN contingency take full shortcoming for a stream state of affairs. Their corruption, abuse of power, audacity and appallingly bad governance has brought Malaysia to this state. The complete fall of a Greek economy is a warning of what can nonetheless occur to a dear country. 

Removing Datuk Seri Najib as primary apportion is not adequate for a Rakyat.

We have left by a fatuous routine of changing leaders, though withdrawal a hurtful and archaic complement intact. We do not wish waste solutions though a critical joining to remodel and a finish of corruption.  

A Mahathir-led dismissal of Najib, but genuine reform, will usually prove some cronies; it will do zero to move about genuine change for a people.

There contingency be extensive change in a governance and administration of a country. 

In a cities, towns and kampungs, a Rakyat wish Change and Reform!

On interest of my associate Malaysians, we call for these evident steps:

1) Reform of pivotal institutions such as a MACC, a Attorney General’s office, a Judiciary and a Police force that have unsuccessful to branch a waves of crime and abuse of power;

2) Reform of a electoral complement as called for by Bersih 2.0;

3) The dissolution of a Sedition Act and all odious laws that debase democracy and suppress a voice of a Rakyat; 

Now is a impulse for a Rakyat, joined and strong, to arise adult to direct change and burden from a Barisan Nasional!”

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