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    Posted March 24, 2014 by
    JULIANLEIC
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    subang jaya, Malaysia
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    Malaysia Airlines Flight 370

    MH370 Families should go home say expert

     

    While Malaysian authorities keep reassuring the affected families that the safety of their relatives is their uppermost concern and the primary reason for the international effort is to find the plane as soon as possible. In other words, this should leave them with no doubt that we care deeply for them and their loved ones.

     

    A Malaysian expert's personal take on the matter is that the families should have remained in their homes and be regularly contacted by a family response center. That might have kept the anxiety levels from boiling over.
    A Chinese family member of a passenger on board the missing Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 screams as she is being brought into a room outside the media conference area at a hotel near Kuala Lumpur International Airport In Wednesday’s outburst, the Chinese families demanded answers and transparency.

     

    This could mean that they had panicked after hearing so many different and sometimes conflicting reports and views about the plane’s disappearance and its current whereabouts. They must have thought that the only way to end the waiting and the anxiety was to put pressure on the authorities.

     

    Full article :
    http://www.freemalaysiatoday.com/category/opinion/2014/03/24/the-mh370-mystery-as-a-human-crisis/

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