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Author By: Venothan kathalingam

Monday, July 28, 2008

PPP: All Barisan components should merge to form one party


The People's Progressive Party (PPP) is again urging Barisan Nasional component parties to merge into a single entity to mark the change in the country’s political landscape and the recent emergence of a two-party political system.
PPP president Datuk M. Kayveas said the proposal by PAS spiritual leader Datuk Nik Abdul Aziz Nik Mat that PAS and Umno be dissolved made sense, but it needed to be extended to all Barisan components.
“In Malaysia, there is no need to have several political parties, just have Barisan, and Pakatan Rakyat. If this transpires, PPP agrees with the proposal by Tok Guru (Nik Abdul Aziz),” he told a press conference here on Monday.
The lawyer turned politician was here to show moral support to his deputy Datuk Nik Sapeia Nik Yusof, who is facing a charge of intentionally causing hurt to former premier Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad and three others.
Kayveas was responding to a stunning remark by Nik Abdul Aziz three days ago that PAS and Umno be dissolved and a single party based on Islam principles be formed.
Kayveas said a PAS and Umno merger would only solve Malay unity and Islam issues, but a Barisan party would address inter-racial and religious issues as well.
He repeated his point, first made after the stunning setback suffered by the ruling coalition in the March 8 polls, that Malaysians are maturing and that Barisan reinvent itself by uniting all its component parties together to become a single party with a single system.
His idea was shot down by some Barisan leaders then.

1 comment:

PUNITHAN SHAN said...

I still choose to say merging is not a solution for now

BN need to strengthen their coalition. the component parties need to be rebranded to answer the rakyats that they represent.

 
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