Malacca Polls A Lesson For Harapan Rafizi
Pakatan Harapan leaders should learn a lesson from the coalition's defeat in the recently concluded Malacca polls, said PKR vice-president Rafizi Ramli.
Taking to Twitter, Rafizi urged PKR and Harapan supporters who still long for an efficient and trusted administration to not feel too disappointed by the coalition's losses.
"Do not be overly sad or defeated, there are valuable lessons behind the Malacca poll outcome.
"If PKR and Harapan leaders learn from this result, set aside their egos, InsyaAllah GE15 will be better," said Rafizi.
He previously issued a warning for Harapan not to accept "political frogs" who left Umno and Bersatu to contest the Malacca polls.
Rafizi, who is on leave from his duties as PKR vice-president, also turned down a suggestion for him to actively contribute from within the party.
"It is hard to correct (them) because there are among the present leadership who will not accept my views.
"That is why it is better to voice my opinions from outside," said the former Pandan MP.
PKR vice-president Rafizi Ramli
"Expecting me to work all out for their victory and positions when they have no intentions of accepting my views, that is unfair to me," he added.
BN made a major comeback in Malacca after winning 21 seats and forming the new state government with a two-thirds majority.
PKR suffered a heavy defeat, losing in all 11 seats it contested, with coalition partners DAP and Amanah picking up four and one seat respectively.
Perikatan Nasional won the other two seats. - Mkini
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