The Life and Legacy of Tun Dr. Ismail
Tawfik Ismail, Co-editor of "Drifting Into Politics" | Dr Ooi Kee Beng, Deputy Director of ISEAS Yusof Ishak Institute
The common refrain among many Malaysians of the Merdeka generation is that politics in this country may have been very different today if Tun Dr. Ismail had not died suddenly in 1973 - at the prime of his political life. He had a unique vision of Malaysian life, politics, and society that was unfortunately never realised.
Today, on the Evening Edition, Ezra Zaid explores the life and legacy of Tun Dr. Ismail and gets a reminder of what true leadership was all about.
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