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'Street protests reflect aggressive image of opposition'
SANDAKAN: Street protests reflect the aggressive image of the opposition, says Sandakan Division information exco Datuk Samsuddin Yahya.
The protests also gave enemies of the state the opportunity to inflict damage from within thus posing a threat to unity and national security.
"The peace and unity will be threatened if the people, especially youths, don't have a strong sense of identity," he said when opening 'Forum Jati Diri'
organised by Sabah Information Department here today.
Samsuddin who is also Sekong State Assemblyman said the the nation is facing new challenges brought by globalisation and information technology.
The forum was attended by community leaders, Sandakan Division Komuniti Malaysia members, state and federal civil servants. -- BERNAMA