Sunday, 21 April 2013


With all the brooahaha Pakatan Rakyat has proven to Malaysians that theres no such thing as Pakatan Rakyat as flaunted by their leaders. 

They can deny to their throat but today it is clearly proven during nomination day for GE13 and it will be stated in Malaysia history.

Malaysians will have to agree as what is said by Tan Sri Muhyiddin below;

Opposition Failure To Avoid Each Other Shows Disunity - Muhyiddin

The failure by opposition parties to avoid contesting against each other in the general election shows that they are not united. Deputy Prime Minister Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin said the disagreement at early stage such as on nomination day shows they could not unite to form the government. 

"Opposition parties combine but are not united. PAS and PKR candidates are contesting against BN candidates in certain areas. They cannot govern the country like Barisan Nasional (BN)," he told a rally in Kg Bukit Rahmat, Gersik, here Saturday night. 

 Muhyiddin assured that all villages in Pagoh parliamentary constituency will be upgraded in five years if BN was given the mandate to form the government. The incumbent for Pagoh said that progress would raise the standard and income of villagers and enable them to enjoy a more comfortable life. 

Also present were his wife, Puan Sri Norainee Abdul Rahman and BN candidates Ismail Mohamed (Bukit Serampang) and Datuk Dr Shahruddin Md Salleh (Jorak). In MUAR, Muhyiddin urged the people to give Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak his first mandate to win the polls to enable him to form the government and continue to spearhead the country's development. 

"The prime minister, who took over the reins from former prime minister Tun Abdullah Ahmad Badawi after the 2008 general election, seeks a fresh mandate from the people to enable him to form the government," said Muhyiddin. Speaking at a gathering hosted by the Johor Farmers Organisation in Kampung Parit Tengah, Mile 18, Ayer Hitam here, tonight, he said during his four-year stewardship, Najib had made as made many changes, particularly through the national transformation programme. 

Present was former National Farmers' Organisation chairman Datuk Saipolbahari Suib who is contesting the Bukit Naning state seat. -- BERNAMA

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