EVERYONE is taught that when a wrong is done, the person who did it apologises, regrets his error and promises it will never happen again. The person is often punished to show that society does not accept such behaviour.
In Malaysia, we are still waiting to see what action will be taken against the principal who made racist remarks during a school assembly.
Investigations have been carried out, according to news reports, but we are now being told that bureaucratic requirements are delaying further action.
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