PPBM 2020 Annual General Assembly (PAT) will be held through a video conference this Saturday, said party secretary-general Datuk Seri Hamzah Zainuddin.
He said the conference would include delegates from all over the country who gathered at state liaison offices in Alor Star, Kedah and Seremban, Negeri Sembilan as well as hotels specifically for other states.
“The Supreme Leadership Council (MPT) meeting yesterday also needed to increase the proposal to amend the constitution for the purpose of establishing a new wing of PPBM associate members to PAT 2020.
“Apart from that, it is the main platform at all levels, PAT this time will also discuss the direction and policy of the party in terms of economic, political and welfare of the people,” he said in a statement today.
Hamzah said that, among others, he would discuss the government’s efforts to curb the spread of the Covid-19 pandemic in the country and matters governed as well as party management.
He explained that in the meantime, MPT still fully supports the 2021 Budget which was presented by the government led by Prime Minister Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin and called on all parties to continue to support and defend the budget.
Meanwhile, a survey conducted that Muhyiddin have two-thirds (67 percent) of the Malays as prime minister.
However, the same survey found that only seven percent of people support the party leader Muhyiddin, Emirates.
These findings are based on a quarterly survey conducted by Emir Research in August, involving 2,064 respondents selected using multi-level sampling techniques and face-to-face surveys, representing all 222 parliamentary constituencies.
The second option is most popular among the Malays for the post of prime minister is Dr Mahathir Mohamad (9 per cent), followed by Abdul Hadi Awang (8 percent), Anwar Ibrahim (5 percent) Mukhriz Mahathir (4 percent) and Ahmad Zahid Hamidi (3 percent).
The total number of options given to the respondents for the question is unknown.
Half of the respondents were Malays and Indians choose as prime minister Muhyiddin choice, while some 94 per cent Bumiputera of Sabah and Sarawak also make the same choice.
In terms of the party, the survey found that Umno is the party most popular among the Malays (51 per cent) followed by PAS (21 percent), the Party of Defenders of Motherland (Fighter, 8 percent), United (7 percent) and PKR (3 percent ).
The distribution of Malay support for the Trust, DAP, MCA, Gerakan, Parti Bumiputera Bersatu (PBB) and UNESCO respectively at 1 percent.
Respondents were asked to choose from 21 parties. Three percent of the Malays prefer “free” the party of their choice.
The survey also found that Umno received support from 25 percent of Chinese respondents, 26 percent of Indian respondents and 24 percent of Sabah and Sarawak bumiputeras.
Overall, from this survey, Umno seems to be the most popular party among all major ethnic groups.
24th November 2020 19:58
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