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22/1/2022 5:14:00 PM

Warisan unveils first peninsular lawmaker among recruits

Parti Warisan Sabah, Danny Law

Warisan unveils first peninsular lawmaker among recruits

KOTA KINABALU, Jan 22- Warisan tonight landed its first West Malaysian elected representative in Teratai assemblyman Bryan Lai Wai Chong , who announced he was now officially a member of the multiracial party. Lai, formerly from DAP Selangor, said he joined Warisan because he believed in the...

channel for the latest updates.KOTA KINABALU, Jan 22- Warisan tonight landed its first West Malaysian elected representative in Teratai assemblyman Bryan Lai Wai Chong, who announced he was now officially a member of the multiracial party.Lai, formerly from DAP Selangor, said he joined Warisan because he believed in the multicultural platform of the experienced Datuk Shafie Apdal.

He is among several other leaders from the peninsular who announced they were joining Warisan at the party’s Unity Night gathering today.Aside from Lai, former Penang DAP leader Datuk Danny Law, former Johor Umno assemblyman Suhaimi Salleh, ex-DAP MP Jeff Ooi and former MIC central committee member S. Sunther also officially declared their support for Warisan.

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Sabah got no business here. The fellow can't even win the PRN Sabah. Just come here to spoilt votes to retain the BN govt. The hop continues .. loyalty is not a word in politics The party last year campaigning Sabah for Sabahans? Probably the only one Warisan will get. Warisan has to take care of its own in Sabah first. When Anwar wants to go into Sabah, Shafie claims Sabah for Sabahans. Now they want to intrude into Semenangjung to cultivate frogs?

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KOTA KINABALU, Jan 22- Warisan tonight landed its first West Malaysian elected representative in Teratai assemblyman Bryan Lai Wai Chong, who announced he was now officially a member of the multiracial party. Lai, formerly from DAP Selangor, said he joined Warisan because he believed in the multicultural platform of the experienced Datuk Shafie Apdal. Attal said France’s new vaccine pass rules would help allow a softening of rules even as the incidence rate of infections continues to increase. He is among several other leaders from the peninsular who announced they were joining Warisan at the party’s Unity Night gathering today. Tesla made a New Year’s Eve announcement that it opened a showroom in Xinjiang, becoming the latest foreign business caught up in tensions related to the region. Aside from Lai, former Penang DAP leader Datuk Danny Law, former Johor Umno assemblyman Suhaimi Salleh, ex-DAP MP Jeff Ooi and former MIC central committee member S. However, the number of Covid patients in intensive care has stabilised, leaving the government some room for manoeuvre. Sunther also officially declared their support for Warisan. “The offer of Number 10 to investigate is kind but I shall leave it to the experts.

“Shafie is a moderate and open-minded leader; this is what we need right now. On Sunday, the government gave final approval to President Emmanuel Macron’s plans for a vaccine pass, which will require people to have a certificate of vaccination to enter public venues like restaurants, cafes, cinemas and long-distance trains. The Chinese Embassy in Washington and Tesla did not immediately respond to requests for comment. We need a true multiracial party. “I believe in his leadership and we will work hard to ensure that he will be the next PM after GE15,” said Lai, adding that he was pleased to finally announce the next step in his political journey. The vaccine pass has re-energised anti-vaccine street protests. Sunther also said that he believed in Shafie’s leadership and vision, and saw a multiracial approach as the way forward in the current climate. The company operates a factory in Shanghai and is ramping up production there amid surging sales in China. Shafie, who was suspended from Umno and subsequently resigned, began Warisan in 2016 as Parti Warisan Sabah, an Opposition party based in Sabah with the aim of taking over the Sabah government.m. “As with any such allegations, should a criminal offence be reported to the Met, it would be considered,” a spokesman said.

In 2018, it helped Pakatan Harapan win the general election and gained control of the Sabah state government, but lost the 2020 state election Shafie triggered in response to a takeover attempt from Umno. Severing ties with PH, Warisan officially went national last December and dropped “Sabah” from its name and has been on an active recruiting campaign in Peninsular Malaysia. — Reuters You May Also Like. Biden signed a law on Dec. You May Also Like .