Newly formed PBM mulls entering Johor polls


PETALING JAYA: Parti Bangsa Malaysia (PBM) will consider fielding candidates in the upcoming Johor state election to take the opportunity to introduce its policies through “The Great Reset 2030”.

Party information chief Zakaria Abdul Hamid said the focus will be on the six-pronged core agenda comprising racial diversity, empowering women, raising youth leadership, economic generation, educational transformation and increasing the mastery of science and technology.

“The party’s supreme council will make a decision on the possibility of a collaboration with the government bloc in line with its support at the federal level.

“We hope all parties will strictly observe the standard operating procedure as implemented during the Melaka and Sarawak state elections as the country is still fighting Covid-19,” he said in a statement yesterday.

PBM, formerly known as Parti Pekerja Sarawak, was only launched last month, and supports Prime Minister Datuk Seri Ismail Sabri Yaakob’s government.

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