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Hadi Envisions Pulai Victory As Precursor To Governmental Change

Perikatan Nasional (PN) Deputy Chairman, Tan Sri Abdul Hadi Awang, has asserted that a triumph for PN candidates in the Pulai parliamentary seat could act as a catalyst for a transformation in the federal government. Hadi expressed the need for additional parliamentary seats, including Pulai, to solidify a “people’s referendum” signaling the demand for change. He encouraged patience while urging like-minded Umno members to embrace change courageously. This pronouncement was made during a dialogue held at the Pulai PAS headquarters.

Hadi underlined the significance of PN’s robust presence within the Parliament, highlighting that the government’s composition could be altered at any juncture. In his dialogue held at the Pulai PAS headquarters, he asserted, “The government can change at any time. We need the extra seat (in Pulai) and a few others, so we have to be patient. We are also asking like-minded Umno members to have the courage to change.”

He elaborated on the dynamic nature of governance changes, suggesting that while the momentum was palpable, it necessitated additional strategic maneuvers. Hadi’s call for patience seemed to stem from the realization that the acquisition of key parliamentary seats was a gradual yet vital process.

The dialogue witnessed the presence of several noteworthy political figures, including Datuk Dr Radzi Jidin, Vice-President of Parti Pribumi Bersatu Malaysia (Bersatu); Datuk Dr Sahruddin Jamal, Johor PN Chairman; and Mohd Syahir Che Sulaiman, Assistant Secretary-General of PAS and Bachok Member of Parliament. Zulkifli Jaafar, the designated PN candidate for the Pulai constituency, also participated.

Hadi’s assertions echo his earlier declaration on August 7th, wherein he contended that PN’s victory in the state elections could pave the way for a transformation in the federal government administration. Following the 15th General Election, Pakatan Harapan (PH) held the highest number of parliamentary seats at 82, followed by PN with 73, and BN with 30.

Undoubtedly, Hadi noted the burgeoning influence of the PN momentum, evident in both the Pulai and Simpang Jeram by-elections. He attributed this perception to the vibrant and engaged responses from the attendees of various campaign events, including ceramah sessions and door-to-door interactions. As Hadi emphasized, the positive feedback from voters further accentuated that the energy emanating from the 15th General Election had yet to dissipate, with its reverberations resonating even in recent state elections.