Malaysia – General Election 2013

May 16, 2013

By Padmini Arhant

Congratulations! To Malaysian electorate, Prime Minister Najib Razak and Barisan Nasional aka The National Front coalition on the major victory in the national election held in May 2013.

Malaysian Premier recognition of the challenges and preparation for national reconciliation process is prudent especially post election generating disenchantment amongst opposition supporters and skepticism on the way forward.

Malaysia being a diverse society adopting inclusive strategy for broad consensus on domestic and foreign issues would ease tensions and promote unity yet maintaining uniqueness in contributions towards economic, social and cultural development.

Political factions gaining traction through polarization often experience setbacks and decline precipitously subsequent to any unrest caused by opportunism serving against national interest.

Malaysia as an ASEAN member share common economic woes along with specific domestic problems and policies directed at growth opportunities across the spectrum would reduce income disparity and improve living standards for the vast majority.

Further investments and program expansion in underdeveloped regions of the country aimed at national outreach transcending demography, ethnicity and other barriers would guarantee returns favorable in all aspects leading to sustainable progress leaving none behind in domestic achievement.

Social equality is possible with fair political representation at the local and national level accompanied by funding to marginalized communities providing housing, education, and health services besides facilitating technology access to build and enhance skills for productivity resulting in self-sufficiency.

The political representatives elected to office fulfilling constitutional oath and campaign promise to voters alongside resolving relevant crises in a timely manner avoiding evasions is the fundamental requirement in a functional democracy.

Accountability and transparency lacking in political system is the reason behind rampant corruption with privileged class abusing power and depriving significant population life with dignity.

Checks and balances are essential to eliminate misuse of authority and economic status with laws applicable to all without exception.

Malaysia is also targeted with foreign intervention and not spared from United States and Saudi regime terror deployment in the country.

The ruling and opposition leaderships together with entire nation bear responsibility in driving external sources sponsored terrorists elements from their soil to avert serious threats to sovereignty and national security.

United States, Saudi regime and allies collaboration witnessed in Syria unleashing terror wherever and whenever possible is to be deterred with strong resistance from national, regional and global representation.

Addressing matter confronting the nation through dialogue and commitment to peaceful negotiations set precedence for the future.

Best Wishes to Malaysian citizens and Prime Minister Najib Razak as well as other leaderships nationwide for long lasting peace and success benefitting all.

Peace to Malaysia!

Peace to all!

Thank you.

Padmini Arhant


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