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Malaysians Need To Learn To Self-Enforce

Dr. Kulanthayan KC Mani, Executive Director, Safe Kids Malaysia, Universiti Putra Malaysia (UPM)

15-Jun-20 07:45

Malaysians Need To Learn To Self-Enforce

Malaysia saw over 500 people lose their lives to road accidents during the Movement Control Order - more than the total Covid-19 related deaths in the country so far. We speak to Dr, Kulanthayan KC Mani, Executive Director of Safe Kids Malaysia, to get a better understanding of the underlying causes to our road accident problem, and whether harsher penalties will make a difference.


Produced by: Maryam Maznorzuhairi

Presented by: Wong Shou Ning, Lyn Mak


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