HIGH CITY, 2 Muharram 1444H, Sunday – The proposal to form a National Deliberation (MN) Plus involving the union of UMNO, Bersatu and PAS stalled when the National Association (PN) was formed, said UMNO Vice President Datuk Seri Mahdzir Khalid.
He says. At that time there was indeed a proposal to create MN Plus and Bersatu, but after the PN was registered, it was finished.
He commented on the statement of PN Chairman Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin who is also the President of Bersatu yesterday that the combination of the three largest Malay parties – Bersatu, PAS and UMNO is seen as able to win GE comfortably if MN Plus becomes a reality.
“Regarding MN (Plus) that is his personal opinion (Muhyiddin), but the matter has been completed and it has been more than a year.
My personal view so far, BN is in the estimated 15th General Election (GE15) (contest) solo. However, it is up to the party’s decision,” he said.
This was conveyed at a press conference after inaugurating the Monthly Meeting of the Ministry of Rural Development (KPLB) at the Kejora Council, today.
Meanwhile, Mahdzir who is also the Minister of Rural Development said. Dewan Rakyat’s decision to pass amendments to the Federal Constitution to make provisions prohibiting members of the People’s Council from changing parties recently and amendments to the Federal Constitution related to the 1963 Malaysia Treaty (MA63) last year, was the success of Prime Minister Datuk Seri Ismail Sabri Yaakob.
He said that members of the House of Representatives appeared to support the Prime Minister regardless of political party.
“He was twice successful, the first was the amendment of the MA63 Constitution which received two-thirds support, this was also the opposition to support … more than 148 people (supported).
“Once again, the Prime Minister got (support) 209 Members of Parliament, which is more than a two-thirds majority (the bill related to party jump), this is a success for him,” he said. – Named
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