Selangor Journal

KEADILAN delegation sent to Penang, no official decision on election

SHAH ALAM, JUL 29: There was no official decision made with regards to a snap State Election during the meeting between the People’s Justice Party (KEADILAN) delegation and the Penang State Government recently.
This was confirmed by the KEADILAN Deputy President Dato’ Seri Mohamed Azmin Ali who also said that this matter will be decided soon.
“We will discuss and decide on this soon,” he said after attending the Book Festival at SACC Convention Centre, here on July 28.
However Mohamed Azmin said even if there is an election, the opposition party will ensure its coalition retains power in Penang.
“There is too much analysis. However, first we need to come to a decision.  Certainly, the victory shall be a joint success in the name of Pakatan Harapan and our relationship with PAS.
“We learned our lessons from the experience in Sungai Besar and Kuala Kangsar recently.  It was surely a message to us from the citizens about every political party.
“However we still need some time to discuss what would be the best for Penang,” he said.
Earlier, KEADILAN through its Central Leadership Council meeting, confirmed that a delegation was sent to Penang for a discussion at the Chief Minister’s office.
Prior to this, DAP had proposed for a re-election in Penang following political allegations against its Chief Minister Lim Guan Eng.

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