Muda announces three 'difficult' seats to contest in Nov 19 polls
Muda Deputy President Amira Aisya Abdul Aziz (middle) with party president Syed Saddiq Syed Abdul Rahman at the press conference tonight
PETALING JAYA - Muda today announced their three candidates for the Nov 19 polls.
They are Daniel Abdul Majeed (Kepala Batas), Siti Rahayu Baharin (Tanjung Karang) and Lim Wei Jiet (Tanjung Piai).
Muda Deputy President Amira Aisya Abdul Aziz while announcing the candidates said the three seats are not easy to win.
“We will announce three seats for now and these seats are not easy to contest in since they will be going against the ministers.
“We also have a seat in Sabah which we will announce in Sabah on Oct 31.
“Insya-Allah, Muda will deliver the win to PH and Malaysian,” she said during a press conference held at the party’s office, here, on Saturday.
Muda also announced that they will be using their own logo in the general election.
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