KLANG: Pakatan Harapan (PH) has launched a manifesto called “Tawaran Harapan” (Offers of Hope), promising to fulfill the needs of all races, including the people of Sabah and Sarawak.
The Offers of Hope launched by Pakatan Harapan (PH) chairman Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim came up with 10 main pledges for the rakyat for the upcoming 15th General Election (GE15).
“We are committed to helping all Malaysians, no race or group will be left behind,” he said when launching the manifesto of Hope at Wyndham Acmar Klang Hotel, here today.
He added, PH wants to eradicate the extreme poverty that still exists in Malaysia.
“Through these offerings, (PH) is determined and focused on redeveloping Malaysia which has been plagued and beset by all sorts of crises, including lame policies and administrative weaknesses, health issues, crumbling economy, rising cost of living, dwindling employment opportunities, food supply and education issues among others.
“I implore the rakyat to study this offer and therefore give us the mandate to emerge as the party with the clearest majority to govern and rule the country. We will work very hard for our beloved country, Reformasi!,” said PH`s candidate for the Prime Minister.
Among the Offers of Hope, PH promises Malaysians to address the rising cost of living, amend the democratic institution, extend the MySalam scheme protection program to those in the M40 group, lower the prices of houses, and reducing all toll fares.
Asked if all the manifesto offers can be implemented immediately if PH wins Putrajaya, Anwar said his party needs to first check the country’s finances before implementing them.