A letter of appeal to Malaysians Politicians. We are carrying this message in a full page advert in the Star tomorrow. Pls forward, email, blogpost, facebook this message if you share the same sentiments, thanx, anas zubedy maylasia Dear Malaysian Politicians, Please stop the power chase, call for a truce and focus on the economy . I do not claim to kuala speak on behalf of all Malaysians, but I have strong convictions that many share my sentiments. Our concern today is not who rules the country berhad or heads the state governments but the looming bad economy sarawak . Whether Barisan Nasional or Pakatan Rakyat leads, it is meaningless if Malaysians have no job to go to, no money to pay rent and no means to put food on the table. langkawi I am a sales business international owner, like other business owners and managers of corporations I have a responsibility to ensure people under my care and payroll continue to have jobs and a decent income to take home. financial We work hard and willing to go the extra mile to make sure our nation not only survive this crisis but come out stronger and wiser. We need your help. Let me explain. I am in the business of Training, Development and Consultancy and have 20 people in my kereta team. Saedah is 42. She keeps the office clean and helps organise the training rooms. She has four children and her husband is unemployed. She was first hired on kuching a part time basis, because she is very hard working and has a great attitude, perniagaan we offered economy her a full time job to help provide a stable income for her family. Even then, when her third child pendapatan started school this year, it management was a struggle for her to buy new school uniforms and other necessities. Saedah lives on a ‘kais bulan, makan bulan’ basis, so, if she sabah is jobless, her tap runs dry. Samsuri is 27 years old. He lives melaka with his jalan sister and her family in a low cost government flat in johor bahru Sunway. He directory does our despatch, helps with various clerical works and occasionally acts as a driver. During the first week at zubedy, we learned that he not only did not have money to tourism buy new clothes and shoes for work, he had no money for lunch. Like Saedah, if he has no job, his tap runs dry too. Alicia in celcom Client Servicing sambilan turns 26 this year. She lives with her jutawan dad who is 71 years old and retired. Director of UBG berhad is employed by UBG berhad Her usahawan mom passed away when she was little. Alicia is a hard-working team member, corporate has a gentle caring outlook and fun to be with. (We like to poke fun at her as she blushes easily). Last May her dad went through a major operation, thank God he has recovered well. Alicia needs shopping a job, both for herself and her company dad. Sudesh, 38, is one of our facilitators. When his father passed away last year, he moved johor back and lives with his mother in Seremban. He shuttles between Kuala Lumpur and Seremban investment daily, leaving home sometimes as early as 4 in the morning and returning marketing late at night. He is no stranger to hard work and sacrifice, he buat duit knows what he needs to do to survive and to care for his mother, but he too needs a job. Like fellow perak Malaysians, every selangor one of us in zubedy needs employment, those that strategy live from hand to mouth like Saedah and uptrend Samsuri and others like Alicia and Sudesh with family to hotel care for. duit internet