Netizen 24 MYS: Anas Zubedy: Let's come together

By On May 16, 2018

Anas Zubedy: Let's come together

PETALING JAYA: There is no room for political squabbles within the Pakatan Harapan government as the country needs to come together after GE14, says moderation advocate Anas Zubedy. "This is the period for unity and healing for the country. The mood of the country today is that we want less politics and more real work. "We want a united front to solve real issues not political party disputes," he said in an open letter addressed to PKR and its vice-president Rafizi Ramli. His letter comes after Rafizi expressed unhappiness over Prime Minister Tun Mahathir Mohamad's announcement of three of the 10 Cabinet ministers following the coalition's presidential council meeting on Saturday (May 12). Rafizi questioned why no PKR members were present at the meeting to finalise the ministers. "PKR assumes that the discussions are still underway and no final decision had been made. "All decisions regarding any appointments must be agreed upon by all four parties in the Pakatan Harapan coalition," Rafizi said in a statement. Anas also urged Rafizi and PKR to give their full support to Dr Mahathir for the next two years as the Prime Minister tries to steer the country's future. "Please allow him to use his wisdom to choose who should be his Cabinet members and supporting teams. "His decisions will not be perfect and will not make everyone happy," he added. By giving Dr Mahathir full support, Pakatan will remove uncertainties, provide hope and create a steady platform for renewal, Anas said. "The majority group of voters who gave Pakatan the numbers needed to win did not vote for PKR, DAP, PPBM, or Amanah. "We voted for Pakatan Harapan led by Tun. As such, we do not care which party gets which or how many Cabinet posts," he said. Anas said that now that the election was over, Malaysians needed a time to heal and be united again. "This is not a Malay, Chinese, Indian, Sabahan, or Sarawakian tsunami, it is a Malaysian tsunami," he told The Star on Sunday. Related NewsSource: Google News

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