Time for Malaysians to Show Power

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A question commonly posed to me is what made me decide to choose politics as a vocation.

I wonder about it myself sometimes. Although it may not appear to be so, I am in fact naturally an introvert. Of course, I have since learned how to summon on demand the confidence and tenacity required to face the public on a daily basis. And while I would like to think I have assimilated well enough into my role as a public figure, there remains still a part of me who finds it all a little awkward.

To be sure, politics has always fascinated.


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