Pakatan. Anti-partisan enactment crucial for Johor’s political stability | Malaysia


(L to R) Syed Ibrahim Syed Noh, President of Johor PKR, Aminolhuda Hassan, President of Amanah Johor, and Liew Chin Tong, Head of Johor DAP, during the launch of Johor PH share offerings in Batu Pahat, March 4, 2022. – Bernama pic

BATU PAHAT, March 4 – Pakatan Harapan (PH) believes that the implementation of an anti-partisan law is important to ensure political stability in Johor, Johor PKR Chairman Syed Ibrahim Syed Noh said today.

According to him, the enactment was proposed in the manifesto of the party called Johor PH Action Offers, which is in line with the constitutional amendment related to the Anti-Party Hopping Bill, which will soon be tabled in Dewan Rakyat.

“It also means supporting what has been agreed in the Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) on Political Transformation and Stability signed by PH with the Federal Government.

“So it’s not just a separate issue of what we demand,” he told a press conference after the launch of Johor PH stock offerings here today.

The implementation of the anti-party hopping law is part of the manifesto of Johor PH offers of action which contains three main axes to revive the popular economy, guarantee the well-being of the people and create a clean, efficient administration and worthy.

Amanah Johor President Aminolhuda Hassan said that there are similarities in the offers made by PH with other parties, nevertheless, PH focuses more on advancing the interest of the people.

Asked about the candidate mentri besar for PH if the political coalition gets the mandate in Johor state elections, he said it was not discussed as there were several more important issues including winning the elections of Johor the state of Johor.

“Even if we (PH) are confident of winning, we will find the person as a candidate at the right time when we win,” he said.

The Electoral Commission has set the Johor state elections for March 12, while early voting will take place on March 8. — Bernama

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