Another example is the policy of minority representation which helps to safeguard and address the needs of the different groups. The Presidential Council for Minority Rights (PCMR), which consists of members from minority racial and religious groups, ensures that no racial or religious group is disadvantaged as a result of a law passed in Parliament. Under the Group Representation Constituency (GRC) system. at least one of the candidates in the team contesting the General Election is from the minority racial groups such as Malay, Indian or Eurasian. The GRC ensures that the minority racial groups are represented in Parliament, and the minority groups have a chance to air their view in Parliament. The policy of minority representation ensures that Singaporeans, regardless of race, language or religion, are treated fairly and justly. Government policies ensure that the interest of the various communities are kept in balance, and their interests are safeguarded to minimise any grievances arising from unequal treatment. In this manner, the principle o minority representation ensures harmony among the various communities in Singapore.