Well, that's the slogan of the Barisan Nasional (BN) manifesto for the 2008 general election unveiled by the Prime Minister, Abdullah Ahmad Badawi, at the Putra Trade Centre today.
* Cushioning the effects of rising prices
* Eradicating hardcore poverty.
* Bringing down the country’s criime index
* Tackling drug abuse and other social ills
* Adding 60,000 Police personnel by 2011
* Reducing Corruption and Improving Government
So read it for yourself, people. Just don't be fooled again and get carried away into believing he can change things.
Here's the NST report:
ELECTION 2008: PM unveils BN manifesto of security, peace and prosperity
By V. Vasudevan
KUALA LUMPUR, Mon: Security, Peace and Prosperity. That is what the Barisan Nasional is offering Malaysians in the next five years as outlined by BN chairman Datuk Seri Abdullah Ahmad Badawi in a 24-page manifesto launched today at the Putra World Trade Centre.
The manifesto emphasised the Barisan Nasional plan in eight areas over the next five years: economy, balanced development, education, law and order, public services, reducing corruption and improving governance, religion and unity; and foreign policy.
The manifesto not only underlines what the BN hoped to achieve but also what it had accomplished under Abdullah’s leadership since the 2004 polls.
In the manifesto preface, Abdullah said strong economic management and a commitment to ensure no one will be left behind have put Malaysia on a solid footing.
Our economy grew by 6.3 percent in 2007 the best it had performed since 2004, our fiscal deficit was brought down to 3.2 percent of gross domestic product, international trade crossed the RM1 trillion mark, some 1.3 million job pportunities were created, our stock market hit historic highs and five strategic corridor developments were launched,” he said.
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