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Friday, December 30, 2011

Vote opposition, says Zahid Hamidi

Defence Minister and Umno Vice President Ahmad Zahid Hamidi has asked Malaysian voters to vote opposition to show their disappointment with the government. Ahmad Zahid urged Malaysians to reject the present government, which has not shown any changes and only makes promises that are never delivered.
Raja Petra Kamarudin
Vote BN To Show Frustration Against State Govt

(Bernama) - The people of Selangor must show their disappointment with the state government leadership by giving their mandate to the Barisan Nasional (BN) to lead the state again, said Umno vice-president Dr Ahmad Zahid Hamidi.

The people of Selangor were seen to begin to realise and were rising up to reject the present state government which had not shown any positive change except to make promises during their ceramah, said Ahmad Zahid, who is also the Defence Minister.

"This fact has become a reality in Selangor. They are angry, (they) regretted the outcome of the last general election due to their anger against a certain people and the local leader in their areas."

"As such, the resurgence of BN in Selangor especially under the leadership of the Prime Minister as the Selangor BN chairman, will rebuild the people's support for the BN," he said when opening the 'Love Selangor Carnival' organised by the Selangor BN at i-City, here last night.

Also present were 'Love Selangor Carnival' operations director Mohd Zin Mohamed, Deputy Agriculture and Agro-based Industry Minister Chua Tee Yong and senior Selangor BN leaders.

Meanwhile, Ahmad Zahid said the carnival was a catalyst to evaluate to what extent the programmes organised by the BN were getting public support.

This was apparent from the presence of 100,000 visitors to the carnival after two days and the figure was expected to rise to 300,000 by Saturday.

The four-day 'Love Selangor Carnival' which began on Wednesday will climax with the 2012 New Year Eve celebration which will be launched by Deputy Prime Minister Muhyiddin Yassin.

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