KUALA LUMPUR NOV.9: UMNO Supreme Council Member, Tan Sri Annuar Musa urged UMNO candidates in the Melaka State Election to impart politically matured campaigns and focus on what they will deliver to the people instead of tarnishing the reputation of other competitors.
Annuar who is also the Minister of Communications and Multimedia said, the campaign should be what they will offer to the people if they won the seat and not undermining or belittle other party candidates.
He added, most importantly UMNO candidates will have to deliver the best services to the people and let them evaluate. When UMNO candidates have won the election then they will have to serve the people.
As the former General Secretary of UMNO, Musa said, the present government is a coalition between Barisan Nasional (BN) and Perikatan Nasional (PN) and as such there is no problem of not respecting each other throughout the campaigns in the Melaka state election.
“The election in Melaka is a process to achieve a new political equilibrium. The solidarity between BN and PN will not affect the “Muafakat Nasional” as all parties should move moderately.
“This scenario is not uncommon as it had happened in many cases and situations all over the world.
“The political campaign in Melaka should be held in the best possible ways because at the end of the day the support for any party candidate will be determined by the voters,” Annuar said in a press conference after handing over Deepavali Aids at Rumah Prihatin Grand Seasons here today.
On the situation of scammers in the country Annuar said, the Malaysian Communications and Multimedia Commission (MCMC) is responsible for any form of internet abuses and the people should lodge reports and the authorities will investigate further.
“Do not leave the scammers and fake news spreaders to be free. The authorities will investigate and legal actions will be taken on those found responsible for the abusive actions.
“Members of the public should be alert and aware of scammers’ tactics and strategies and should immediately lodge police reports if encountered with them,” Annuar said.- Malaysia World News