Yesterday morning, I had the pleasure of meeting Malaysia's former Prime Minister Tun Mahathir when he came to the High Commissioner's residence to write a message in a condolence book to mark the sad passing of Lady Thatcher. Tun Mahathir's message and some of the comments on our social media channels got me thinking about how Lady Thatcher's was perceived in Malaysia.
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Life in Britain this week is dominated by the death of Lady Thatcher, Britain's longest serving Prime Minister of the 20 th century. The mood was summed up when our present Prime Minister, David Cameron, said that we had lost a great Prime Minister, a great leader and a great Briton.
This post is also available in: Vietnamese When Margaret Thatcher was elected British Prime Minister I was fourteen years old, and about to take my first "O-levels" (school exams). When she resigned I had been through school, a university degree course, a managerial training programme, several other private sector jobs and a doctorate.
Statement of Secretary Edwin Lacierda: On the passing of former British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher [ Released on April 8, 2013] We join the people of the United Kingdom as they mark the passing of Baroness Margaret Thatcher, who left an indelible imprint on British politics and society during her more than a decade as Prime Minister.
Prime Minister Zoran Milanovic on Monday sent a letter of condolence to his British counterpart David Cameron over the death of Baroness Margaret Thatcher, the longest-serving Prime Minister of the United Kingdom of the 20th century.
2013-04-09 Vatican Radio (Vatican Radio) A telegram was sent to David Cameron on behalf of Pope Francis offering the Holy Father's condolences after the death of Margaret Thatcher. The telegram said Pope Francis appreciated the Christian values which underpinned her commitment to public service and to the promotion of freedom among the family of nations.