Johor BN could go solo in state election, says chairman

Johor BN could go solo in state election, says chairman - Bernama

23/1/2022 4:42:00 PM

Johor BN could go solo in state election, says chairman - Bernama

JOHOR BAHRU (Jan 23): Johor Barisan Nasional (BN) is considering the possibility of contesting the upcoming Johor state election on its own as it is confident of winning two-thirds of the 56 contested state seats.Johor BN chairman Datuk Hasni Mohammad said the decision to contest without the cooperation of any other party outside the coalition, however, is subject to approval from the BN supreme council.'At the state level, we have suggested to contest solo, BN on its own. We

JOHOR BAHRU (Jan 23): Johor Barisan Nasional (BN) is considering the possibility of contesting the upcoming Johor state election on its own as it is confident of winning two-thirds of the 56 contested state seats.Johor BN chairman Datuk Hasni Mohammad said the decision to contest without the cooperation of any other party outside the coalition, however, is subject to approval from the BN supreme council.

"At the state level, we have suggested to contest solo, BN on its own. We will contest all 56 seats but it is not up to us as party cooperation matters for the state election are determined by the central leadership," he said.Hasni, who is also Johor menteri besar, made the comments at a media conference after officiating at the closing ceremony of the Johor State MIC Election Briefing at Kompleks Tan Sri Mohamed Rahmat here on Sunday. MIC president Tan Sri SA Vigneswaran was also present.

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A JOHOR BAHRU (Jan 23): Johor Barisan Nasional (BN) is considering the possibility of contesting the upcoming Johor state election on its own as it is confident of winning two-thirds of the 56 contested state seats. Johor BN chairman Datuk Hasni Mohammad said the decision to contest without the cooperation of any other party outside the coalition, however, is subject to approval from the BN supreme council. "At the state level, we have suggested to contest solo, BN on its own. We will contest all 56 seats but it is not up to us as party cooperation matters for the state election are determined by the central leadership," he said. Hasni, who is also Johor menteri besar, made the comments at a media conference after officiating at the closing ceremony of the Johor State MIC Election Briefing at Kompleks Tan Sri Mohamed Rahmat here on Sunday. MIC president Tan Sri SA Vigneswaran was also present. On whether the dissolution of the state assembly was made unilaterally without discussions among parties that formed the existing state government, Hasni said there was no requirement to obtain other parties' consent. "The matter did not arise as it was in accordance with Article 23(2) and (3) of the Johor State Constitution 1895 that received the consent from Sultan Johor Sultan Ibrahim. "The state executive council only announced the head of government's suggestion or request to the Sultan [to consider dissolving the state legislative assembly], there was no need for the council's approval. No, it was not so," he said. Johor Bersatu information chief Mohd Solihan Badri was earlier reported to have said that the decision to dissolve the Johor state assembly was made unilaterally without any discussion with parties that formed the existing government and had sidelined Bersatu and PAS. The previous government led by BN had 28 state seats, UMNO (14 seats), MIC (two), Bersatu (11), and PAS (one) while Pakatan Harapan held 27 seats, DAP (14), PKR (seven), and Amanah (six). On Johor being the first election for 18-year-old voters, Hasni, who is also the state UMNO Liaison Committee chairman, said they do not underestimate the voting power of youths in the state election and will have a strategy to obtain their support. He said the state election will witness over 150,000 voters aged 18 to 20 years voting for the first time in the country's history. Subscribe to Mid-day email alert We deliver news to your inbox daily