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What mothers, Shahrizat?

Posted in Altantuya, Child Protection, Malaysian Politics, Politics, Violence Against Women, Wanita, Women by rodziahismailticker on October 14, 2009

Tell us…how shall we mother Altantuya’s children?

How should mothers act with so many cases of child abuse jammed at the JKM?

What will mothers say the the police who let  sons die in their care?and those that they abused and acted violently against suspects?

And what about “mother to mother” to Beng Hock’s mother?

& those children on humantrafficking?   Those foreign daughters unpaid and abused? What do mothers say to the authorities who colluded so human trafficking flourishes in Malaysia?

ah, what mother, Shahrizat?

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Umno General Assembly: Shahrizat tells Wanita Umno to help mould society

2009/10/14

Describing women as “mothers to all Malaysians”, Wanita Umno chief Datuk Seri Shahrizat Abdul Jalil today called on members of the movement to help mould Malaysians into a highly-civilised society.

Shahrizat said members of the movement would be able to guide, teach and nurture the country’s generations.

“All women must work sincerely towards this objective,” she said in a speech at the movement’s general assembly at the Putra World Trade Centre here.

Shahrizat, who is Women, Family and Community Development Minister, said Umno and Barisan Nasional’s struggles had allowed women in Malaysia to actively contribute to the country’s development.
However, the current situation required them to handle new challenges, including the low rate of women joining the employment sector, issues regarding women’s economic development and the increase in the incidence of violence against them.

Shahrizat, who was elected to the movement’s top post last March, also urged the members to be brave and pioneer the process of rebuilding the Malay race.

She also said that the Malays could be easily be moulded towards excellence.

Earlier, Shahrizat presented the Anugerah Nadi Negara to 11 graduates of public institutions of higher learning.

The award recognises graduates who not only excel in academics but also exhibit leadership characteristics. – Bernama

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