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Leaders Pay Tribute To PM Najib On His First 100 Days In Office 11.07.2009

Friday, 10 July 2009


July 10, 2009 20:22 PM

KUALA LUMPUR, July 10 (Bernama) -- Several leaders Friday paid tribute to Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak who marks his first 100 days in office as the prime minister, tomorrow.

Minister in the Prime Minister's Department Tan Sri Dr Koh Tsu Koon said Najib was a leader who has been able to stay focused and firm in discharging his duties.

"In his (first) 100 days, he has stayed focused and firm in underlining management performance. He has personally led Cabinet ministers in three workshops to work on the key performance indicators (KPI) in three months, motivating and galvanising all of us to forge ahead with strong commitment and team spirit," Koh said in a statement.

Koh, who is also Gerakan president, said that by promoting the 1Malaysia concept based on unity in diversity and implementing economic liberalisation measures, Najib had also infused fresh air and a new strategy to the country's social and economic outlook.

He said he was optimistic that Najib would continue to initiate more reforms.

Human Resource Minister and MIC secretary-general Datuk Dr S. Subramaniam said Najib's leadership was exceptional in that he made immediate decisions to ensure that the administration functioned smoothly.

"I extend my congratulations to the prime minister. I am proud to be serving in his administration because his is an exceptional leadership," he said.

Subramaniam said Najib showed much concern to all aspects and his priority was to ensure the well-being of all the communities.

"For me, he has fostered closer relations among the various races through his new policies," he said.

People's Progressive Party (PPP) president Datuk M. Kayveas said Najib had succeeded in placing the people and country on the right track towards establishing a united and progressive nation.

"He has succeeded in bringing about positive change in the social, economic and political aspects of the country, and this will raise confidence in the majority of the people and entice them to support the government," he said.



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