KUALA LUMPUR, Dec 25 — Malaysians should avoid ethnic nationalism which will divide the fragile state of multiculturalism here, Datuk Paul Low said today.
The minister in the Prime Minister’s Department said one race should not be made to seem better than other races as it goes against the nation’s constitution.
“We must never put the country in a state where we have ethnic nationalism, where one ethnic group says it is superior than the other.
“We should not allow ethnic nationalism to rise in this country. Such ethnic nationalism will basically expound a philosophy of supremacy, a philosophy of exclusiveness,” Low said during his speech at the Christian Federation of Malaysia Christmas High Tea. Read more