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Strong resistance to Anwar’s reforms

by | Jul 14, 2023 | NATIONAL, NEWS, Opinions | 0 comments

BY: RAJA AMY

The suspicion by many Malaysians of the existence of a deep state within the government, which was confirmed by the KLIA incident involving a federal minister and immigration officials, is supposed to be the tip of the iceberg.

The deep state which is deeply entrenched now in government is offering very strong resistance to prime minister Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim’s (DSAI) reforms whereby he has cited eradicating corruption as his top priority.

While the deep state has long been in existence it is now a major stumbling block to DSAI’s bid to clean up and rid the government of graft which is considered endemic and has become rampant and widespread.

Malaysians and foreigners who have been victims of law enforcement agencies are watching and monitoring closely how DSAI is going to solve the menace of its civil servants being accused of corruption.

Independent observers believe the complexity of a deep state engaging in corruption is really an issue which DSAI will find challenging to his plans to reform the government and nation and set it on the right track.

But for the nation to be healthy, strong and productive, it needs to be free of corruption, if not the rot will set in and cause Malaysia to become a failed state as expected after long having been considered as a rogue nation.

-THE MALAYSIA VOICE

** The views expressed on this opinion is of the writer and not the publisher

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