Governments do have a moral dilemma — lives or livelihoods? But it does not have to be that way if we take a dual-track approach that strikes a balance between health and economics.
Some quarters voiced their concerns over the loss of an independent body to regulate the operations of airports in the country, while others were more worried about the prospects of MAHB.
Razak would have been very proud of the two brave civil servants who stood up against instructions they felt were against the interests of the nation.
The reality is, many Malaysians are struggling to make ends meet.
But renting does not build equity or savings for the future. The real winner, if most Malaysians choose to forever rent, will be the property owning class, who are likely to own multiple properties.