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    The Sun Nadeswaran: Rakyat's Wish List

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    For those like me who have PDF problem, pls follow the link below.
    THE past year has been, by all accounts, an exceptionally bright conjuncture in Malaysian history – an eventful election, fluctuating oil prices, a global economic downturn with stock markets crashing to record lows. Amid the gloom predicted by the doomsayers, our leaders have sought to tell us that everything is not as bad as it has been made out to be. In between, experts, some self-appointed, have opined that we have the strength, the controls and a solid foundation to stay above water. We can only hope that they are right.

    With the dawn of the New Year, many make resolutions in the hope that it would change their lives for the better, while others draw up wish lists in the hope that divine intervention or some other force will provide the amenities and the resources to lead a better quality of life. Over the past two weeks, being free of pressure of deadlines and having the time to sit back and take stock and review the more than 100 columns published in the previous 50 weeks or so, provided some impetus as to what the people can wish for. While detractors may want to argue that what appears below is not reflective of all the people, we have no quarrel with them. Nevertheless, we believe that the majority of right-thinking Malaysians would want to see them happening. The list is not exhaustive, but due to space constraints, it was felt that they must be prioritised:
    http://www.sun2surf.com/article.cfm?id=28892

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    Re: The Sun Nadeswaran: Rakyat's Wish List

    Quote Originally Posted by racheljansz
    For those like me who have PDF problem, pls follow the link below.
    THE past year has been, by all accounts, an exceptionally bright conjuncture in Malaysian history – an eventful election, fluctuating oil prices, a global economic downturn with stock markets crashing to record lows. Amid the gloom predicted by the doomsayers, our leaders have sought to tell us that everything is not as bad as it has been made out to be. In between, experts, some self-appointed, have opined that we have the strength, the controls and a solid foundation to stay above water. We can only hope that they are right.

    With the dawn of the New Year, many make resolutions in the hope that it would change their lives for the better, while others draw up wish lists in the hope that divine intervention or some other force will provide the amenities and the resources to lead a better quality of life. Over the past two weeks, being free of pressure of deadlines and having the time to sit back and take stock and review the more than 100 columns published in the previous 50 weeks or so, provided some impetus as to what the people can wish for. While detractors may want to argue that what appears below is not reflective of all the people, we have no quarrel with them. Nevertheless, we believe that the majority of right-thinking Malaysians would want to see them happening. The list is not exhaustive, but due to space constraints, it was felt that they must be prioritised:
    http://www.sun2surf.com/article.cfm?id=28892
    Thanks Rachel. I couldn't find the html article.
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