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Excellent Command Of Language

Is A Must For Nation’s Policy Makers

 

Recently, a video of the discussion on the Royal by Member of Parliament for Kapar, Honorable G.Manivanan has been viral in Facebook, Twitter, Whatsapp and Youtube. Even though he is from Pakatan Keadilan Rakyat, nation’s opposition political party, his speech made Malaysians including Barisan National, nation’s ruling party impressed.

Till to date, most of nation leaders’ video of poor command of language, especially during parliamentary sessions can be seen in Google. Yet, Honorable G.Manivanan is one of the few leaders who excels in command of the language, especially Bahasa Melayu, nation’s official language. It is an undeniable fact. Last but not least, Malaysia Indians have good command of language, especially in Bahasa Melayu and English till to date.

As a responsible Member of Parliament for Kapar, Honorable G. Manivaan well prepared and discussed the issues with relevant points. As a representative of community, a nation leader should be excellent in command of the language and knowledgeable. A leader should be knowledgeable in handling the language because it is one of the significant communication tools to convey messages clearly and effectively.

Upcoming Y-Gen looks upon and appreciates nation leaders such as Member of Parliament for Kapar, Honorable G. Manivanan. The reason is due to command of language and expression during the presentation of ideas. It makes them believes, as a good quality leader for community and nation.

As Malaysians, we do hope leaders in current or future, especially in political career that come forward to serve the community and nation consider this element seriously into their qualification. It is relevant to political carrier, especially during parliamentary sessions. An excellent command of language makes a high quality impression toward a nation’s leader among community and nation.

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