KUALA LUMPUR : The benefit of the Semenyih by-election on Saturday is a wake-up require Pakatan Harapan ( PH ) which will not play the blame game , stated its vice-president Datuk Seri Mohamed Azmin Ali
“We must act collectively in the spirit of consensus to advance the reform and development agenda for the people,” he said in a statement.
“We must deeply reflect on our actions moving forward. We are cognisant of the sentiments expressed by voters and we must be committed in taking proactive steps to address issues concerning the rakyat,” Azmin said.
“Pakatan Harapan must step up efforts to change and be the party of choice for Malay voters. Pakatan Harapan must become a source of strength for the community.
“We must be brave and not hesitate in fulfilling our promises, especially on the Malay and Bumiputra agenda which is an integral part of the national agenda. We must do so without feeling apologetic and fearful of criticism of others,” he said.
The government, Azmin said, will enhance the implementation of measures to ease the economic burden of Malaysians.