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There is a need to establish a larger coalition of political parties with as many members as possible to ensure a stable government, Pahang Bersatu chief Saifuddin Abdullah said.
The Communications and Multimedia Minister said Pahang Bersatu’s main priority now is to form stronger alliances at all levels, adding that the establishment of Pahang Perikatan Nasional (PN) yesterday was another effort towards that purpose.
Saifuddin, who is also Indera Mahkota MP, was appointed Pahang PN chairperson last night.
“We are now in a situation in which there are parties who are part of the PN government, but not in the PN coalition, and that is raising a lot of questions.
“As for Bersatu, it is better to be in a PN government and the coalition as well,” he said at the “Erat Kasih” programme with Balok Makmur residents yesterday.
Asked about PAS’ decision to remain with both PN and Muafakat Nasional (MN) for now, Saifuddin said Pahang Bersatu accepts and respects the fact that the party wishes to maintain ties with MN partner Umno.
“There is a bridge (PAS-Umno cooperation) and Pahang Bersatu has no intentions to burn that bridge,” he said, adding that any final decision will depend on the respective party leadership,” he said.
He said the meeting to form Pahang PN, which was attended by state Bersatu, Pas and Gerakan leaders, was held in a united and friendly atmosphere, where it was unanimously decided that it was not yet the right time for seat allocation discussions.
“We are at a level where we want to enhance ties further and it is still not the time to discuss the general election,” he said.
He was also satisfied with the cooperation within Pahang PN, saying that his visits to 13 of the 14 parliamentary constituencies in the state have been very well received.
Saifuddin is scheduled to meet the Rompin PN leadership on April 9, while Pahang Bersatu will hold a meeting on April 10.
The next Pahang PN meeting has been scheduled for mid-May in Temerloh.
On another matter, Saifuddin also called on the Election Commission (EC) to give a clear explanation on why the implementation of the automatic voter registration and 18-year-old voting age had been postponed.
He said the matter had been unanimously agreed upon by all members of Parliament when it was tabled and debated, before being approved in the Dewant Rakyat.
“If it due to a technical issue, it should be clarified and explained,” he said
Last Thursday, EC chairperson Abdul Ghani Salleh was reported to have said that the automatic voter registration and Undi18 (lowering of voting age to 18) could only be implemented after Sept 1, 2022 due to various constraints and issues.
He claimed the EC was taking a realistic approach to the current development and situation in the country, which is generally still under the Movement Control Order (MCO) to curb the spread of Covid-19.