Give Anwar a chance to do his job

30 Nov 2022 09:53am
Anwar Ibrahim - Photo: Bernama
Anwar Ibrahim - Photo: Bernama

Since Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim's appointment as the Prime Minister, we have seen bit by bit the differences in his administration which brings the people a sense of relief.

Starting with his pledge not to take his Prime Minister salary, Anwar then decided to focus on the issue of the cost of living of the people as soon as he clocked into his office.

To prove that his administration was prudent to avoid waste, the Tambun MP was once again lauded after he rejected a Mercedes S600 and decided to use whatever vehicle that was available at the office for daily use.

Recently, he stressed that there will be no more procurement approvals without tender process stating that the government under his leadership will not continue allowing financial leakages and corruption.

Less than a week leading the unity government, Anwar displayed seriousness in making changes to several "damaged" systems which were obvious and this was a sign of imminent change in the country.

Improvements that have been made should be celebrated with an open heart as a sign that we are giving him (Anwar) a chance to "do his job" after getting the mandate of Malaysians.

However, there were certain parties that tried to complicate the situation by playing up propaganda sentiments and made accusations against the Pakatan Harapan (PH) chairman.

Not only did they dig up old issues, these irresponsible parties launched personal attacks against Anwar and his family to incite hatred towards him.

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Sadly, just a month away from 2023, some still wanted to practice immature politics like in the 1970s and 1980s.

Supposedly, the 15th General Election (GE15) should be left with fond memories and the time has come for the people to move on.

Leaders have already been appointed, a government has also been formed.

So, we should give our support to this unity government.

Now it is time to focus on building up the nation, not finding anyone's fault.

For these five years, give Anwar a chance to do his job. We will re-analyse this in GE16.