Technical glitch may be the reason BN candidates at several seats not announced, says partyNORAFIDAH ASSAN
02 Nov 2022 05:36pm
Sinar Harian's report on Tuesday
Candidates for Tanjung Karang, Bandar Tun Razak, Kuala Nerus and Tumpat were also not announced.
Negeri Sembilan Umno secretary, Mustafa Salim said the announcement for the two candidates will likely be announced tomorrow.
"I was informed that there is a little technical problem, so it will probably be announced tomorrow and at the latest before this Saturday (nomination of candidates)," he told Sinar Harian today.
He said this when commenting on the two parliamentary seats in the state, namely the Kuala Pilah and Jempol Parliaments, which were not announced by Barisan Nasional chief Datuk Seri Ahmad Zahid Hamidi last night.
Mustafa said the names of the candidates for the two parliamentary seats had been submitted to the leadership at the central level earlier.
He further advised all parties to be patient and accept whatever the party decides.
"In today's situation, we have to be patient and accept whatever decision the party makes.
"As a party machinery, work for the victory of the party. Accept the results with an open heart," he said.
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