On August 31, 2018, Malysia come out together to celebrate the 61st anniversary of Malaysia´s independence. The annual event has a deeper meaning this year. The National Day celebration in 2018 sees Malaysia celebrates its freedom with a new government, which took over the leadership of the country from the previous administration that had ruled Malaysia since 1957. This also symbolises the freedom of the people to freely choose the government that they want to lead the country and the people for the next five years.

The multi-racial make-up of Malaysia is clearly evident as displayed during the election. Malaysians of all races and beliefs expressed their desire, choice and aspirations in a calm and harmonious fashion by voting the leaders of their own choosing. It was a demonstration that democracy is alive and flourishing in this dynamic land of diversity. The people calmy exercised their rights to forge forward in a comprehensive endeavour of nation building.

The celebration of National Day this time also sees the return of Tun Dr. Mahathir as the Prime Minister of Malaysia for the second time. Prior to this, he was the fourth Malaysian Prime Minister from 1984 to 2003 and with the latest appointment, he is also the seventh Malaysian Prime Minister. At the age of 93, Tun Dr. Mahathir is the world´s oldest prime Minister.

Sayangi Malaysiaku

+ Sheet 60sen x 20

+ Sheet 60sen x 20