if you want to buy apple account, choose buyappleacc.com, buyappleacc.com is a best provider within bussiness for more than 3 years. choose us, you will never regret. we provied worldwide apple developer account for sale.
Warisan will support Anwar Ibrahim’s bid for premiership on the condition that he proves he has the numbers and it does not include the “court cluster”.
Speaking to Malaysiakini, Warisan Youth chief Mohd Azis Jamman said his party has been trying to convince other MPs to back Anwar.
Should Anwar fail to cobble together a majority, Warisan’s position is that then he should return the gesture and support Warisan president Mohd Shafie Apdal’s attempt, said Azis.
“We have made our stand (clear). No ‘court cluster’,” he said.
Azis explained that the baseline used was “105”. This refers to the loose alliance of the MPs in Pakatan Harapan, Warisan, Parti Bersatu Sarawak, Pejuang, Muda and one independent.
To have a simple majority, a prime minister candidate would need the support of at least 111 MPs. There are currently 220 MPs. Two seats in the Dewan Rakyat are vacant.
“If in the event Anwar cannot pass the magic number, we hope he will give the same opportunity for Shafie to convince another seven (to support him). We will try our best.
“If Shafie can find another seven, we hope Harapan will support us. We will give a chance for Anwar to prove his majority. He is the first choice (for us), then Shafie.”Mohd Azis Jamman
However, Azis warned that time was against them and that his party hoped that Anwar could make a decision by today.
“Time is not on our side. We need to make a quick decision. If Anwar can find another seven, as long as it does not involve the ‘court cluster’, we will be on board. We will support him,” he said.
Istana Negara expects MPs to state, in writing, who they support for the next prime minister by 4pm tomorrow.
Azis said Warisan has been trying to help convince MPs to support Anwar over the past few days.
“We also tolong (help) Anwar. You can’t say otherwise. However, sometimes people say things like ‘I can support Shafie, but not Anwar’.
“Some people are difficult to convince, but we’re playing our part. Shafie is also playing his part to get Anwar the numbers. Some MPs have their own preferences,” he claimed.
The “court cluster” is a name coined by Perikatan Nasional supporters to refer to several Umno MPs who are either convicted or currently facing criminal charges.
Meanwhile, Azis noted a meeting was held last night between several parties including Warisan, Pejuang, Upko, Malaysian United Democratic Alliance (Muda) and Parti Sarawak Bersatu (PSB).
“We need to be on the same page as we were slated to meet with the Yang di-Pertuan Agong today. We need to decide on a stand, we need to name someone; otherwise, everyone may have different stands,” he said.
“We agreed that our first choice is to support Anwar according to the people’s mandate in the 14th general election, provided he can get the number. Our second choice is Shafie,” he said.