Dr Mahathir’s Pejuang gets chilly response in Langkawi


Zaim Ibrahim

De facto Pejuang president Mukhriz Mahathir leading a group of supporters to submit their application with the Registrar of Societies yesterday. The party logo sports a Jawi character and that the three dots stand for religion, faith and the Rukun Negara. – The Malaysian Insight pic by Kamal Ariffin, August 20, 2020.

DR Mahathir Mohamad’s latest party has failed to ignite the interest of his Langkawi constituents even as sacked Bersatu grassroots leaders and members believe more will quit to join Pejuang, which applied for registration yesterday.

From random interviews with Langkawi folk, several told The Malaysian Insight they are unclear about Pejuang’s purpose and did not see the need for so many Malay parties.


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  • What are you after DM ? Build Malaysia? Fight for Malays n Muslims? Build Mahadhir empire? Sodomy 3,4, 5 ?

    Posted 3 months ago by Zainuddin Yusoff

  • All PMs children are v rich already

    Posted 3 months ago by Zainuddin Yusoff

  • We need to move on from the past.

    We need to move on even from Anwar as well (to be honest, weak leadership so far - from putting PKR's house in order and... since when do you see him giving plans or giving sound advice on nation building?)

    We need new leadership from fresh people such as Rafizi Ramli.

    Sadly, people like them chose to back off from political scene.

    Posted 3 months ago by Tavern Folks