POLITICALLY FRANK: The rakyat are the leaders, not politicians, Muda reminds M'sians
Muda, a party registered in December is pushing to strengthen government institutions, rule of law, educate youths on democracy and ease the rakyat's daily struggles.
Would Muda be able to change the political landscape of Malaysia? Sinar Daily's Politically Frank segment caught up with vocal Muda vice-president Siti Rahayu Baharin over the country's failing system "which is now surfacing."
A Sekolah Muda, a political school to educate youths on democracy, rule of law and politics will also be opened as 18-year-olds are now allowed to vote.
Rahayu, the co-founder of Buku Jalanan Chow Kit also praised Sarawak state government for providing health and education to stateless children but will other states do the same?