Umno cannot support failed government, says party leader


Mohd Farhan Darwis

Johor Umno deputy liaison chairman Nur Jazlan Mohamed says Umno is disassociating itself from Perikatan Nasional because it does not wish to be blamed for the coalition's failure to govern the country. – The Malaysian Insight file pic, July 6, 2021.

UMNO president Ahmad Zahid Hamidi has to cut the party’s ties with ruling coalition Perikatan Nasional as he does not want the party to be dragged down by a failed government, said a senior party leader.

Johor Umno deputy liaison chairman Nur Jazlan Mohamed said the party president does not want Umno to be blamed for the Muhyiddin administration’s failure to govern the country.


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  • DUMNO doesn't support a failed gomen, well and good to safe it's own bloody skin but it does support it's leaders who a corrupted which is even worst then a failed gomen. It's very clear what dumno are made of.

    Posted 1 year ago by Teruna Kelana

  • While they fight among themselves, PH is gaining ground with the angry and disappointed voters. UMNO is no longer a party that follows its leader. Its a big messy party now. They have forgotten what their grassroots want because they are too busy fighting to stay relevant. Self preservation is more important now for the MPs.They are openly defying their President. Basically the party has lost all its respect amongst their grassroots and the rakyat. They are getting weaker and weaker by the day..this will be their downfall.

    Posted 1 year ago by Elyse Gim