NEAC MUST ALSO REVIEW PM’S CONTROVERSIAL PET PROJECTS

Press statement by Kua Kia Soong, SUARAM Adviser 9 Feb 2019

It is timely that the Prime Minister has decided to set up National Economic Action Council (NEAC) 2.0 in anticipation of the looming local and global recession. While few would argue that strategic preparations for this impending recession are needed one important question arises:

Do the terms of reference of NEAC 2.0 include a review of the controversial pet projects already announced by the PM, namely the Third National Car, the privatisation of Khazanah and other GLCs or are these decisions going to be accepted by the Council as a fait accompli?

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