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First 100 Days of Anwar’s Government: Promises and Performance

Khairy Jamaluddin

15 Feb First 100 Days of Anwar’s Government: Promises and Performance

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After much political uncertainty in the recent election, Mr. Anwar Ibrahim finally ended his 24-year wait to become the Prime Minister of Malaysia. To achieve that, he had to forge uneasy alliances to form an unprecedented unity government. Still, expectations for PM Anwar’s government remain high. Notably, he has declared his resolve to revive the Malaysian economy, root out corruption, improve government efficiency and improve the welfare of ordinary Malaysians. While the initial positive reactions have endured, questions remain regarding how he could reinvigorate the Malaysian economy. How can he deliver on improving the integrity and efficiency of the government? Will he be able to assert political stability and end the prevailing atmosphere of uncertainty?

  • What do the first 100 days indicate about the priorities of Anwar’s administration and its style of governance? How has PM Anwar’s government fared so far in reinvigorating Malaysia’s economy and improving government integrity and efficiency?
  • What are the prospects for Anwar’s administration to serve its full term and establish political stability in Malaysia? Is there capacity and attention to wider global factors and the capability to adjust and respond?
  • What about the wider political contest including Opposition parties and the internal contests in UMNO?

 

Event Details:

Topic: First 100 days of Anwar’s Government: Promises and Performance
Date: Wednesday, 15 February 2023
Time: 6:00pm – 7:00pm (In-person registration begins at 5:30pm)
Venue: SIIA Offices
60A Orchard Road,
Level 4M, Tower 1 The Atrium@Orchard,
International Involvement Hub,
Singapore 238890

Registration:

To register, kindly fill in your particulars by Tuesday, 14 February 2023. We look forward to your favourable response and attendance. Please do not hesitate to contact me if you have any questions or concerns.

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