Umno Women and Youth wings embrace former rivals for Malaysian stability

Sections of Umno Youth and Women leaders in Malaysia have introduced their readiness to work alongside former rivals throughout the national unity government, putting apart years of hostility for the sake of the country’s political stability. Leaders from the party’s Women and Youth wings spoke in regards to the importance of this collaboration throughout this year’s Umno general meeting.
As Malaysia gears up for the state election in Kedah, Sungai Siput Umno Women division leader Zaitun Ab Rahman pledged that members would put every effort towards ensuring nationwide unity authorities candidates would win, regardless of whether they have been from Barisan Nasional (BN) or Pakatan Harapan (PH).
“We have the expertise, we don’t practise narrow-minded politics, we’ve ideas and we won’t lose our dignity,” said Zaitun Ab Rahman after attending the launching of Umno Women’s 2023 annual common meeting (AGM).
Umno Women chief Noraini Ahmad highlighted the significance of Umno’s position in Prime Minister Anwar Ibrahim’s administration for maintaining order and stability, whereas additionally urging Umno members to stay humble and acknowledge the party’s changed position in Malaysian politics.
“We must battle collectively and show together that the position of Umno Women in mobilising the election equipment, will have an effect and at the similar time give victory in the upcoming state elections,” she advised over 1,000 delegates on the wing’s annual gathering.
Well respected reminded party members of Umno’s present position inside the unity authorities and the need to act accordingly to seize any opportunities in the course of the six state elections anticipated by August.
Selayang Umno Youth leader Shah Zanuriman Nuar Paras Khan shared his division’s plans to organise meetings with PH counterparts to debate attainable collaborations, according to Zahid’s message.
“The Youth (wings) play a role in a number of essential portfolios together with reaching out and understanding the desire of younger people,” he mentioned.
Despite the grassroots leaders’ willingness to work together with PH parties, Umno Youth chief Muhamad Akmal Saleh demanded an apology from DAP, previously seen because the party’s most bitter rival, for previous attacks and criticisms.
“Some members met me to complain and specific their emotions, apprehensive about Umno-DAP working collectively. Worried that they can’t communicate of Malay privilege, the sovereignty of Malay Rulers, the issue of faith, language and education of the Malays and Bumiputera,” he mentioned..

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