Wishes from civil society: the Bar Council

18 March, 2011

The DAP has always been an important component of Malaysian society and it has helped to redefine the Malaysian political landscape to reduce the dominance of the BN!

The DAP must push further and reiterate that the future of Malaysia must be built on a multi racial, multi religious approach of respect and acceptance and work towards assuring the people that there is a place for everyone in Malaysia regardless of race or religion

 

Ragunath Kesavan

President, Malaysian Bar

 

 

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