‘MOU is between Federal Govt and Pakatan, not Umno’

'MOU is between Federal Govt and Pakatan, not Umno'

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17/4/2022 2:52:00 AM

'MOU is between Federal Govt and Pakatan, not Umno'

PETALING JAYA: The memorandum of understanding (MOU) between the Federal Government and Pakatan Harapan depends on the decision of the Prime Minister and not the Umno supreme council, says Parti Amanah Negara.

pic) said any decision to continue or discontinue the MOU is for the Prime Minister to decide.He added that Pakatan is upholding its commitment to the MOU as indicated in the Yang di-Pertuan Agong’s decree for political stability to allow the government to focus on efforts to fight Covid-19, work for economic recovery and restore the people’s well-being.

He said in that spirit, Pakatan has called for initiatives such as the Anti-Hopping Law, allocation for people’s welfare and the strengthening of the Covid-19 plan to ensure that the aim of political stability and the people’s well-being can be achieved.

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Dissolve Parliament...the earlier more better Certainly not with court cluster! Scrap MOU. Have some dignity. MOU didn’t reflect what rakyat voted for. Period. Why are we justifying MOU? Not a democratic means. umnoonline 2day is leading d Fed Govt, so wat they say abt d MoU has substance. At d end of d day, d MoU is jz a fake bcos d situation is still d same...Oppos cntinue 2 hit d Govt, while Govt cntinue 2 deny Oppos of any big say in governing.

Kenapa nak sangat sambung MoU, tak confident ke nak menang PRU15. Kan peluang baik untuk rakyat beri mandat pada Parti yg terbaik. Semua nasib sama. Let’s go for it…heran juga beria-ia sangat nak sambung MoU. Kenapa dulu tak sign untuk tempoh yg lama.. Ya. F them Populasi doktor barua talibarut pharmaceutical industrial complex terlalu ramai. Malaysia korup

Umno can't make unilateral decisions on MOU, says KhalidHe contends MOU is between Harapan and federal govt, not Umno. It s not like they’re terminating the mou. They just won’t continue after it expired.

MOU is between Pakatan and govt, not Umno, says KhalidPETALING JAYA: The bipartisan memorandum of understanding (MOU) was signed between Pakatan Harapan and the government and not Umno, says Khalid Abdul Samad. Sibuk hal parti aja. Keji betul

GE15 should be held after Govt-Pakatan MoU ends, says Umno Sabah | The Malaysian InsightMove necessary to ensure no threat to stability of govt, says Bung Moktar.

Tidak sambung MoU keputusan Umno, tiada kaitan dengan Pakatan, kata Anthony Loke | The Malaysian InsightSetiausaha agung DAP berkata keputusan itu urusan Perdana Menteri Ismail Sabri Yaakob dengan partinya.

Umno decision on MOU has no bearing on Pakatan, says DAP | The Malaysian InsightAnthony Loke says the matter is between Ismail Sabri and his party.

MOU with Pakatan holds no value for UmnoPETALING JAYA: Given the outcome of the previous three state elections, Umno is more confident than ever about winning big in the next general election (GE), says Prof James Chin, from the Asia Institute at the University of Tasmania, Australia.

Amanah communications director Khalid Samad ( pic ) said any decision to continue or discontinue the MOU is for the Prime Minister to decide..The Parti Amanah Negara communications director was commenting on the Umno supreme council’s decision to not continue with the MOU after it expires on July 31.× Copy URL Sabah Umno liaison chairman Bung Moktar Radin says the 15th general election (GE15) should be held after the government’s MoU with PH (Pakatan Harapan) ends on July 31.

He added that Pakatan is upholding its commitment to the MOU as indicated in the Yang di-Pertuan Agong’s decree for political stability to allow the government to focus on efforts to fight Covid-19, work for economic recovery and restore the people’s well-being. He said in that spirit, Pakatan has called for initiatives such as the Anti-Hopping Law, allocation for people’s welfare and the strengthening of the Covid-19 plan to ensure that the aim of political stability and the people’s well-being can be achieved. “It is very unfortunate that Umno, which portrays itself as a party that is able to bring stability, is playing politics to seize power. He said with that spirit, Pakatan has called for initiatives such as Anti-Hopping Law, allocation for people’s welfare and the strengthening of the Covid-19 plan to ensure that the aim of political stability and the people’s well-being can be achieved. “It is obvious that Umno is the main culprit to have caused the country’s political instability for the last two years,” he said in a statement. His comments followed the announcement by Umno president Datuk Seri Ahmad Zahid Hamidi that his party’s supreme council had on Thursday decided that the MOU should not be renewed or extended beyond its expiry on July 31, based on the current political landscape. Sign-up now and enjoy one (1) week free access!.

However, Khalid said Pakatan is confident that Prime Minister Datuk Seri Ismail Sabri Yaakob will be able to review the MOU based on the interest of the people and not from a “narrow” political perspective like Umno’s. Article type: metered. Meanwhile, DAP secretary-general Anthony Loke said any decision and issue regarding the MOU between the government and Pakatan needs to be formally discussed between Ismail Sabri and the Pakatan leadership. In a post on his Facebook account, Loke said the Umno supreme council’s decision not to proceed with the MOU after July 31 was between the Prime Minister and his party. “It must be stressed that the MOU is an understanding between Pakatan and the Federal Government and not with the Umno leadership. Therefore, we are not bound by any decision made by the Umno supreme council.

“There were also differences in opinions among the parties in the government bloc regarding the timeline of the MOU as reported by the media,” he said. On April 14, Umno secretary-general Datuk Seri Ahmad Maslan said the party’s supreme council is not in favour of extending the MOU, which expires on July 31. Article type: metered .