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Friday, April 23, 2010

Anwar Ibrahim The Voice of Democracy in Malaysia

PLEASE PASS ON TO AT LEAST 5 OF YOUR FRIENDS AND LET THIS SNOWBALL. IF
YOUR FRIENDS DO NOT HAVE COMPUTERS YOU CAN ALWAYS MAKE PRINT- OUT
COPIES FOR DISTRIBUTION. DO THIS TO SAVE MALAYSIA.THE 13TH GE IS NOT
TOO FAR AWAY.IF THEY HAVE NOT REGISTERED TO VOTE PLEASE GET THEM TO DO
SO AS SOON AS POSSIBLE..

THANK YOU

PLEASE FOWARD TO ALL YOUR FRIENDS AND PRAY FOR THE NATION

Anwar Ibrahim The Voice of Democracy in Malaysia

Dear Supporter,

Malaysia was hit by the global recession and 2009
was a difficult year for many of us. More jobs
were lost and more people were left unemployed than
at any time in our nation's history.

There are some indications that the economic
situation is improving in 2010 but I released a
statement today urging people not to be misled by a
few statistics. To say that the “the worst is
over” is not only premature but irresponsible. READ
MY STATEMENT HERE

For 10 years the government has spent more money
than it has made. In fact increasing government
expenditure has been the defining element of
Malaysia's economic policy during this period. The
natural outcome of its approach is to register some
small amount of growth. But our continued reliance
on an outdated strategy is taking us down the road
of economic serfdom. And the government's failure
to adopt creative economic policies to make us
competitive in a global economy has left Malaysia
lagging behind our neighbors in the region.

It is also true that corruption remains rampant and
massive government projects are often unnecessary,
cost too much, and benefit only a few people. We
cannot afford to keep losing billions every year.

The private sector has not benefited from the
increase in spending. Small and medium sized
businesses were more vibrant and active 20 years
ago than they are today. This means that the
economic policies of the BN are still not creating
enough jobs and opportunities for the vast majority
of Malaysians.

Pakatan Rakyat believes that the structural
problems with the economy must be addressed
urgently so that Malaysia can regain its
competitive edge in the region. We promise to
safeguard our future and our children's future by
being a government that is accountable to the
people, transparent in its dealings and committed
to a reform agenda that restores confidence in the
judiciary, strengthens institutions of civil
society and shows zero tolerance for corruption and
cronyism.

Please support Pakatan Rakyat and our pursuit of a
brighter future for Malaysians. Send this email to
five of your friends and ask them to join our
movement.

INVITE FIVE FRIENDS

Thank you,
Anwar Ibrahim

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