DEPUTY PRIME MINISTER,TAN SERI MUHYIDDIN YASSIN CONFIDENT RAKYAT WILL SUPPORT BN IN THE ELLECTION
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DEPUTY PRIME MINISTER,TAN SERI MUHYIDDIN YASSIN CONFIDENT RAKYAT WILL SUPPORT BN IN THE ELLECTION

Kuching : Malaysia | Jul 11, 2011 at 9:17 AM PDT
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Kuching,Monday-Deputy Prime Minister, Tan Seri Muhyidin Yassin is pesimist the majority of the people would go against opposition parties in the 13th election

Insted of that, they would cast their vote for Barisan Nasional,B-N candidates for the bright future of OneMalaysian concept as materialised by Prime Minister, Datok Seri Mohd Najid Razak

Muhyiddin said, based on the track record of BN goverment govern the country for almost 60 years, they have faith and confident the only and soley political machinery in the country could bring benefit for people is Barisan Nasional,B-N

Futher more he said, misconduct members in the rally proved to the people opposition component parties is too eager to get the political power by marching through illegal rally

Opposition actions he said, it's not ethical and it is not malaysian multi racial culture

He said, they should have done the protest through proper channel provided and constituted in Malaysian Constituition

Muhyiddin said, Street demonstration is not the means to solve solution infact it's bring more discomfort to the public

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