KUALA LUMPUR, June 24 (Reuters) - Malaysia has accused a European Union envoy of meddling in its affairs after he criticised Kuala Lumpur's affirmative action plan favouring majority ethnic Malays, a newspaper said on Sunday. The European Commission's chief representative to Malaysia, Thierry Rommel, said on Thursday Malaysia should roll back its 37-year-old New Economic Policy (NEP), which gives privileges in businesses, jobs and education to Malays. Rommel said it was discriminatory ...
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