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‘L-licence’ ministers must buck up
FocusM | 05 Apr 2019 00:30
IT is confusing when cabinet ministers openly contradict and criticise one another. It depicts a lack of camaraderie, common sense and experience, or all three.

No wonder then that chairman of the Council of Eminent Persons (CEP) Tun Daim Zainuddin had lik- ened some ministers to “L-licence holders”, a term used to describe learner drivers.

As “L-licence ministers”, Daim advised them to learn to work with one another to ensure policies and government machinery work smoothly. If only some ministers like Entrepreneur Development Minister Datuk Seri Mohd Redzuan Yusof paid more attention to it instead of shooting from the hip now and then.

Redzuan had attracted ridicule from fellow Malaysians when he publicly announced that the government was planning to launch a flying car. As it turns out, the flying car is probably a drone-type vehicle.

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