PM believes Malaysian Youth Council will continue to work closely with government


Muhyiddin said this was important to ensure that their voices are heard and that they are given due consideration by the parties concerned. – Photo by Bernama

KUALA LUMPUR (July 23): Prime Minister Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin is confident that the Malaysian Youth Council (MBM) will continue to work closely with the government to help bring the voice of the younger generation to the grassroots.

Muhyiddin said this was important to ensure that their voices are heard and that they are given due consideration by the parties concerned.

“As a group that has been included in the list developed by the government, especially during the Covid-19 pandemic, young people certainly need intermediaries or middlemen who can be their link at different levels.

“MBM, as an organization that represents the voice of young people, can and has played its part in this aspect,” he said when extending congratulations on the occasion of MBM’s 73rd anniversary on his Facebook account today.

He said that since its inception, MBM has played an important role in helping and bringing the voices of young people to the attention of the government.

Founded in 1948, MBM is a non-governmental organization that functions as the parent body that coordinates youth and student organizations in the country. – Bernama