All parties in the opposition coalition will be contesting under ONE logo for GE14

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Johor: Pakatan Harapan Chairman Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad today announced that all parties in the opposition coalition ( PKR, Amanah, DAP, and PPBM) will be contesting under one common logo, the Parti Keadilan Rakyat logo, for the 14th General Election (GE14).

“I want to inform all of you, and all of Malaysia, and the whole world that we will be contesting under one symbol, the PKR symbol,” Mahathir said to a huge crowd of around 4000 people at the Johor leg of the Jelajah Harapan tour in Pasir Gudang, tonight.

Yesterday Tun Mahathir said that he would announce his strategic plan that would make the current Prime Minister Najib Razak and Barisan Nasional lose in this election.

Many Malaysians who attended this ceramah said that they are delighted to see the flag of “transformasi” and change flips over the sky of  Johor, Malaysia.

They also commented that all the opposition parties from Pakatan coalition contesting under one logo symbolizes unity and harmony in a multi-racial country.

All parties will contest using one logo for one goal as one family regardless race or religion would attract more people to join or give more support to Pakatan Harapan, as the dream of this nation for many years is to unite and end racial tensions and ethnopolitical conflicts, some said.

“I am very happy that something that would have otherwise been impossible has been achieved today.

“It is my pleasure to announce to Malaysia and the world that Harapan, including Bersatu, will share PKR’s symbol,” Dr.Mahathir said.

DAP announced yesterday that they will not contest under their Rocket logo, but under one common logo, PKR logo.

Mahathir said this decision was not easy to reach.

“DAP has used their rocket symbol for many years, others are also partial to their symbol,” he said.

-Malaysia World News

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