29 Dec '14, 1am

Do ministers need to be ordered to handle the floods? (Commentary - TMI)

COMMENTARY BY THE MALAYSIAN INSIDER 28 December 2014 How times have changed? In 1969, Tun Abdul Razak Hussein was diagnosed with cancer and told that he had four years to live. Around the same time, Tun Dr Ismail Abdul Rahman’s neck cancer flared up again and his heart condition worsened. Hardly anyone knew that Malaysia’s top two leaders were on a death watch. The doctors were sworn to secrecy and they went about governing the country, implementing policies and scouting successors. It would have been so easy and understandable if both acted in their self-interest and stood down from the 24/7 job of looking after Malaysia. Malaysians would have understood if they had opted for a less stressful life and put their young families ahead of everyone else. But they didn’t. Abdul Razak and Ismail understood better than anyone that it is a privilege and an honour to lead this bles...

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