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Thursday, May 31, 2018

KNOWN FOR HIS RACIST & SEXIST STANCE, PASIR SALAK MP TO GO FOR UMNO VEEP POST – WANTS UMNO, PAS TIE-UP TO PROTECT FATE OF MALAYS & ISLAM

PASIR Salak MP Tajuddin Abdul Rahman is the second Umno leader to put himself in the running for a vice-president post in party elections at the end of June.
The party Supreme Council member, who is notorious for sexist remarks uttered even in the Dewan Rakyat, said he has the support of the Pasir Salak Umno division, which he heads.
The division at a meeting last night agreed to nominate him for the post but Tajuddin will only make a formal announcement on Monday, he told Sinar Harian.
The other Umno leader who intends to contest the party’s vice-presidency is Johari Abdul Ghani, the former Titiwangsa MP and former second finance minister.
In another report by MStar, Tajuddin said he understood what the party and grassroots need after Umno’s loss in the 14th general election.
He cited his 42 years of experience as an Umno politician and had started his party work from the grassroots level.
“The Umno leadership should be elected from among those who have a good understanding of the challenges the party now faces.
“Leaders must not only redeem the party from its loss but guard the welfare of the Malays who still need to be defended,” he was quoted as saying.
Umno won 54 out of Barisan Nasional’s 79 seats in GE14. Tajuddin retained Pasir Salak by 7,712 votes.
Umno elections for the Supreme Council and top posts will be held on June 30, with nominations opening tomorrow and closing on June 17.
It is the first time in a long time that the president and deputy president posts will be open for contest, following the resignation of Najib Razak as president after losing GE14.
Malacca Umno has so far called for a no-contest for the top two post for Ahmad Zahid Hamidi and Hishammuddin Hussein, who are both vice-presidents taking on the duties of the president and deputy president respectively.
But Youth chief Khairy Jamaluddin had quashed this, saying it would further erode public confidence in the party.
In an Utusan Online report, Tajuddin said the 54 seats won by Umno was actually higher than any other individual political party.
He said it showed that Umno still had strong support from the Malays. – https://www.themalaysianinsight.com

Tajuddin moots Umno-PAS pact as ‘race, religion under threat’

Tajuddin Abdul Rahman is confident that if Umno and PAS joined hands to form a new political bloc, it would be a formidable opponent to Pakatan Harapan.
The Umno supreme council member said while the two parties have different political approaches, there were similarities between them with regard to championing the rights of the Malays and Islam.
According to a Sinar Harian report, Tajudddin said this collaboration would present a strong challenge to the Harapan government and its supporters, whom he claimed were now making demands which insulted the race and religion.
“The issues and demands made in the last week or two threaten the survival of Islam. This is dangerous for us.
“I think even those in PAS have realised, the grassroots are willing to cooperate. If we want to continue showing our respective greatness, we won’t be able to face our foe’s attack,” he added.
The Pasir Salak MP was speaking to reporters after chairing a Umno division meeting in his constituency in Perak last night.
Tajuddin said based on the seats won by both Umno and PAS in the 14th general election, the two parties can become a strong coalition.
Tajuddin, who has been an Umno member for more than four decades, is hoping that his experience would contribute to reviving the party.
The former deputy minister said he would reveal which post he would be contesting at a press conference in Kuala Lumpur on June. – MKINI
THE MALAYSIAN INSIGHT / MKINI

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