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Warisan may agree with former prime minister Dr Mahathir Mohamad on many issues but the Sabah-based party believes that the way forward for Malaysia is through harmonious co-existence, said Loretto Padua Jr.
The party's secretary-general dismissed allegations that Warisan president Mohd Shafie Apdal is being used by Mahathir.
“The good relationship between the two does not mean that Warisan is being steered by the former prime minister.
“Shafie had been in Umno for more than 30 years and as the party's former top leader and former minister in various federal ministries who performed well, his credibility and commitment may have earned him the trust from Mahathir, more so when he (Shafie) refused to work either with the kleptocrats or the backdoor government.
“But this does not mean that Warisan is being controlled by Tun Mahathir - while Warisan agreed with the older statesman and Pakatan Harapan on many issues in Malaysia such as corruption, kleptocracy, and transparency, Warisan believes that the country can only become the Asian Tiger once again if Malaysia adopts Warisan's model of harmonious co-existence,” Loretto said in a statement today.
He said this model is one of the reasons why Singapore has become a global economic superpower and even Indonesian president Joko Widodo is adopting the same model.
Loretto again stressed the party’s commitment to rebuilding Malaysia’s economy through its unity agenda. While many may say it is impossible to do so, he believes many Malaysians actually accept pluralism.
“Forging better inter-ethnic and religious ties in Malaysia may be an arduous task for some but I believe that, as a party from Sabah, a state well-known for its tolerance, Warisan is up to the task,” he said.Warisan president Mohd Shafie Apdal
Meanwhile, Warisan’s Papar MP Ahmad Hassan warned that calamity will befall the country’s economy if Perikatan Nasional (PN) were to continue to rule.
“Malaysia's future lies not in the hands of PN, Muafakat Nasional, or Gabungan Rakyat Sabah - it lies in the hands of our young voters who will need to find jobs and in turn pay their loans, bills, taxes, duties, and even summonses and compounds,” Ahmad said.
With more youths completing their secondary and tertiary education soon, they will have to look for jobs, he said.
With the way PN is governing the country, however, they may face difficulties as the rate of unemployment is also rising, he noted.