All Malaysians are equal. I will fight for laws that protect Malaysians from discrimination based on race, religion and belief, sex, sexual orientation, age, disability, pregnancy and maternity, and gender reassignment.
Malaysians should not be treated worse than someone else or harassed because they have either of those characteristics. We need to abolish rules and policies that lead to discrimination.
Our country must be free of discrimination, especially in employment, education and housing.
Malaysians must have equal opportunities when they apply for jobs or seek promotions, whether it’s in the private sector or civil service. Employers must also uphold equal pay.
Racial discrimination should not be allowed in applications for government scholarships or places at public universities. Matriculation and all public universities should be opened up to all races.
Malaysians, regardless of race, should pay the same price when they buy property. It’s not fair that some pay higher for a home than others. Malaysians should also be protected from racial or religious discrimination when they seek to rent a house.
To eradicate race-based governance, all political parties must open up membership to all Malaysians regardless of race or religion, who should have the same rights and benefits of belonging.