GEORGE TOWN: It goes to be a crowded area in Penang during fifteenth General Election (GE15) with Parti Bangsa Malaysia (PBM) becoming a member of the political fray.
On high of Parti Warisan organising store in Penang, state PBM chairman Alan Oh claimed that it might take over the Penang authorities as voters’ sentiment has modified.
“The state is ready for change and we are here with a multiracial mix of people from NGOs, corporate leaders, youth and women groups who will lead the party’s charge in the general election,” stated Oh when introducing PBM native chapter members at a resort right here on Tuesday (Jan 25).
He launched the celebration’s coordinators for the state’s constituencies.
“Taking over Penang is not going to be easy – but neither is it impossible.
“This is evident from our Penang membership of over 8,000, mainly ordinary folk without political links, which shows that voters have warmed up for a change and are looking at a viable third force,” he stated, including that PBM was looking for strategic alliances with different events.
Oh stated PBM has a powerful assortment of grassroots leaders previously from PKR and Gerakan who’re hardworking, know native communities effectively and have their finest pursuits at coronary heart.
Oh himself is former Bagan PKR chief on mainland Penang.
Among the celebration’s parliamentary constituency coordinators are former Jelutong PKR division head David KP Ong and former Tanjong PKR division head Chua Kheng Ee.