Friday, April 22, 2016

#PRNSarawak : Issues within state BN will be resolved, says former assemblyman

PBB’s Datuk Naroden Majais has admitted that there was some friction within Sarawak Barisan Nasional machinery but said it would be resolved under the leadership of the Chief Minister.

The former Simunjan assemblyman told The Star Online that Tan Sri Adenan Satem was the strongest leader the state had seen and stressed that he believed all internal party issues will be resolved before the May 7 polling day.

“Honestly, I believe they are actually all united. Yes, there are some problems inside, but at the end of the day, ahead of polling, it will get better and they will be united.

“Majority will be united and I am very confident that we will win more than a two-third’s majority,” he said, when met at Bank Negara headquarters here.

Naroden pointed out that Barisan has and will continue to do everything in its power to ensure the government is retained.

“We will make sure that it’s a Barisan Nasional government and under the strong leadership of Adenan, we can all stay united and win,” he said.

Naroden was responding to questions on recent seat tussles among Barisan component parties in the state, namely SPDP and SUPP.

On another note, he said the state would also see a massive shift in support from the opposition to Barisan in the upcoming 11th state election.

“There will be a lot of swing from opposition to Barisan under Tuk Nan’s leadership.
“As for Chinese voters, I believe at least 20% to 30% will shift their support,” he said, adding that there has been an evident shift of support in the city.

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