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Najib's PC after KT lose

BN Accepts The People's Decision, Says Najib

KUALA TERENGGANU, Jan 17 (Bernama) -- The Barisan Nasional (BN) accepts the defeat of its candidate in the Kuala Terengganu by-election and respects the people's choice as per the democratic process, said Deputy Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak.

He said as a party that upheld democratic principles, the BN accepted "the people's voice is supreme".

"This loss does not mean we (BN) will in any way waver in a our commitment to the people. We will redouble our efforts to serve the people," he told a press conference at Seri Iman, the Menteri Besar's residence, here tonight.

[Please do, remember all the promises? If I read it correctly, a promise of RM50million to Chinese school, since you are going to redouble the effort. Is that mean now the allocation become RM200million. Redouble mean Double and Double right? So 50x2 =100x2 =200 right?]

Also present were Terengganu Menteri Besar Datuk Ahmad Said, BN and Umno secretary -general Datuk Seri Tengku Adnan Tengku Mansor, Umno Youth chief Datuk Seri Hishammuddin Hussein and the BN candidate, Datuk Wan Ahmad Farid Wan Salleh.

[Where is your boss? Where is Mr. Abdullah Ahmad Badawi? He is smart to distance himself from you now. Read about Abdullah's Empire Strike Back here]

PAS' candidate Mohd Abdul Wahid Endut won the by-election with a majority of 2,631 votes when he garnered 32,883 votes against Wan Ahmad Farid's 30,252 votes, while independent candidate Azharudin Mamat alias Adam only received 193 votes and lost his deposit.

Najib said the BN would also take various measures to strengthen the coalition in order to win back the people's confidence.

"I am confident that in the end the people will be confident of the BN," he said.

[Are you sure we will have the confident of BN if you are the chief? No way sir!]

On the bigger majority obtained by the PAS candidate, he said the BN could not make hasty conclusions though it was a setback for Umno and the BN.

"This is a by-election... many factors could have influenced the outcome and local factors cannot be read as having a great bearing at the national level," he said.

[What factors? Local factors? Now BN blames it on local factor? Your candidate is a local folk right? Anyway with all the favorable factors on BN side, BN still loses! No need for me to repeat all those factors lah!]

However, Najib said BN viewed the result of the by-election seriously and would conduct an in-depth study on the way forward for Umno and BN.

"We will continue with our commitment to serve the people even better and to take this nation to a better and higher level of success, God-willing ," he said.

[Please just resign and save us the rakyat the pain! Malaysia is going down the drain if you become our next PM]

The Deputy Prime Minister said the defeat would not be discussed in detail at the forthcoming BN Convention as its purpose was to determine the future of BN as a whole.

[Why not? Scare?]

Najib also dismissed the notion that the people had sidelined the BN as it had lost two by-elections in a row, the first being the Permatang Pauh seat in August last year.

"We lost in Permatang Pauh before but this loss (Kuala Terengganu) will serve as a lesson and stepping stone to move forward more positively," he said.

[Let try Pekan and see what will happen? Dare you sir?]

The PC is uplifted from Bernama without permission. read the detail here..


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