LIVES MATTER NOT ANY ELECTIONS AT THIS MOMENT
Will it come to this again..!!! The signboard says it all. Too much politiking amongst the various parties for power and jostling for positions will be no good for the country if the Pandemic #covid19 is not under control.
The Political Administrators of the country who are elected to rule and ensure the safety of the Nation must be accountable and realize that the peoples Lives matter and not Politics for now.
Until if and when the situation is stabilised or under control then Malaysians can be at ease to choose the leaders through the elections in the Next GE15.
If there is a need to have a MOVEMENT CONTROL ORDER (MCO) as the #covid19 figures is in 4 digits we write from this Platform that we are supporting it fully.
Even if there is a Need to establish an EMERGENCY we are pretty sure the people of Malaysia will be behind it. The Economy will of course matter but if it is to Save LIVES at this crucial time many will understand.
We always use the words,”Health is Wealth” and Malaysians will support fully if their loved ones” are affected and even a Minister who is in charge of the Vaccine #Covid19 (see extract below) has slammed his members of his own party for calling for SNAP POLLs
Sarawak will Seriously Need to look at the overall situation and evaluate it closely to Ensure that the 12th SARAWAK STATE ELECTIONS which is due by August 2021 needs to be carried out or otherwise.
( Extracted from an online portal)
PUTRAJAYA: Rembau MP Khairy Jamaluddin has slammed members of his own party calling for snap polls, saying now is not the time for another general election.
The science, technology and innovation minister said holding elections now would only pose high risks to public health and Umno’s reputation.
“We cannot compare ourselves to other countries that have held elections such as New Zealand and Singapore, because first, these were held on a smaller scale.
“Secondly, as we saw in Sabah, we cannot comply with the SOPs, especially among politicians. So it is not right to make a comparison,” he said at a press conference here today.
He noted that even politicians did not comply with the SOPs, with their Facebook posts showing some of them not wearing face masks in public.
Khairy’s comments come after ousted Barisan Nasional (BN) secretary-general Annuar Musa tweeted that the party’s grassroots were not keen on holding snap polls amid the pandemic and flash floods.
“Not only is it irresponsible, but it also shows (the party’s) greed for power and their insensitivity towards the people’s struggles,” Annuar said.
On Umno secretary-general Ahmad Maslan’s statement that the party was seeking to retract its support for PPBM due to ongoing court cases against Umno leaders, Khairy said it was a “goreng pisang” way of thinking.
“It is not a quality reason,” he added.
The Umno Supreme Council has deferred any decision on its support for PPBM to its annual general assembly scheduled to be held on Jan 31.
It will also discuss calling for snap elections by the end of March as well as strengthening its Muafakat Nasional (MN) alliance with PAS.