Pak Lah Wants 'To Do The Right Things' Before Leaving Office
"I don't know if it's about leaving a legacy or just doing the right thing while you have a chance to do so. This is what I am doing," he said in an interview with The Sun newspaper.
Abdullah said he would let the people be the judge.
"If the people say what Pak Lah (Abdullah) is doing is good, well and good," he said.
Abdullah said when he decided on the development of soft infrastructure - the heart, the human being - a long time friend had told him to chose something tangible.
However, he said he was unfazed by this as he believed that 2020 could not be achieved without quality and dynamic human capital.
"I hope everyone as human beings just remember to do what is right, no matter how difficult it may seem," he said.
On freedom of speech, Abdullah said he had given the space but wanted it to come with responsibility.
"If you want to exercise your right to speak, yes, go ahead but you must be mindful of your responsibilities. You claim the right to speak, you must also listen to others," he added. (Bernama)
***** Ironic isn't it? Pak Lah achieved diddly-squat for the five years he'd been in power and now just when he's being shown the door by his own party he wants to 'do the right things'! Pitiful bugger. Indecisive till the end.