KUALA LUMPUR: The Malaysian Council of Former Elected Representatives (Mubarak) wants the government to act firmly, including enforcing existing laws, to thwart efforts to topple the government via undemocratic means.
Mubarak said it would cooperate and support in a lawful way, any move taken by any organisation, to quash such an attempt.
“Mubarak pledges to continue upholding the leadership of the existing government headed by Prime Minister Najib Razak,” a resolution taken by the two-day Mubarak General Assembly which ended here today, said.
Mubarak drew attention to the fact that there was also a continuous effort by certain quarters to influence foreign powers and international media to interfere in the affairs of the nation that could also adversely affect the economy.
The conference also took note and debated, among others, the stubbornness of former prime minister Dr Mahathir Mohamad and certain quarters to topple the government headed by Najib via undemocratic means as well as attempt to influence the royalty.