Prove it in Parliament, says Julau MP to those challenging govt's stability


KUALA LUMPUR: Anyone who wants to contest or challenge the government's stability is welcome to do so.

"They can prove their numbers in Parliament or during the coming state elections," said Parti Bangsa Malaysia Datuk Larry Sng.

He said the party wished to continue working with the government in GE16.

"The people want to see more focus on core issues like the cost of living and making sure the economy recovers.

"As an MP (for Julau), it is important to play a role and provide as much stability as possible to ensure the government follows through on those promises," he said.

Pakatan Harapan deputy chairman Anthony Loke also said the current cooperation between parties in the government can endure beyond the 16th General Election (GE16) as the current model works.

He said this cooperation would be strengthened to pave the way for a new political future.

"If we can strengthen this political cooperation wholeheartedly and give strong commitment to this government, of course this government will remain beyond GE16," he told reporters after the unity government convention at World Trade Centre Kuala Lumpur on Sunday (May 14).

Malaysian United Democratic Alliance president Syed Saddiq Syed Abdul Rahman said issues regarding the party's position in Pakatan should not cloud what happened during the convention.

"It's a good sign that we were invited to be part of this event. More importantly, we have to focus on policy reforms to help the lives of the average Malaysian," he said.

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