The second panel discussion, moderated by Gerakan national youth chief Lim Si Pin, comprised of The Malaysian Insider columnist Moh. Hafiz Noor Shams, Consumer Research and Resource Centre (CRRC) chief executive officer Paul Selva Raj, and CPPS Advisory Panel member Tricia Yeoh. They called for new ways of governance and in doing business, and to refrain from adopting the old ways.
The panel wanted everyone to work towards a just, democratic and economically-equitable society that does not exclude anyone. They urged the government to be accountable, transparent and judicious in spending, and for consumers to not fall into the debt trap.
In closing the forum, Gerakan president Senator Tan Sri Dr Koh Tsu Koon, who is also Minister in the Prime Minister’s Department, suggested participants make a real attempt to change for the better.