Barisan Nasional or National Front (BN) is the dominant Political Party that rules Malaysia. It consists 13 Political Parties which UMNO leads as the main . It has dominanced the 12 General Elections since 1955 till present. It will be facing the next GE i.e. 13th. GE that will be announced any moment. So,let's together to vote BN as to be the New Ruling Party in the motivation for the new breath of Malaysia. It is important in the making the nation as a Developed Country in 2020.
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Sunday, May 19, 2013
ZAHID PLEDGED JUST IN THE RIGHT TIME.............
Ahmad Zahid: My statement in Utusan not racist, just practical
PETALING JAYA: Home Minister Datuk Seri Dr Ahmad Zahid Hamidi has defended his statement which called for groups which did not accept the country's political system to migrate to countries with systems that suit them.
The Umno vice-president, who has been criticised for it, clarified that his statement was taken out of context by certain irresponsible parties.
“I actually said those who are not confident of our political system toberhijrah to countries with political systems that suited them.
“I am not being racist... I am just being practical in saying such groups should go to countries where they can translate their political beliefs into reality,” he said yesterday.
Dr Ahmad Zahid said people should not read the statement out of context, urging readers to read the full Utusan Malaysia article.
He explained that Malaysia inherited the Commonwealth system and those who think that the system in the United States or other countries were more suitable could migrate there.
Dr Ahmad Zahid also lambasted the Opposition for disputing the general election results but recognising the results for Selangor, Penang and Kelantan, where they won.
“They are disputing the results very selectively,” he said.