Cameron Highlands: Guan Eng congratulates Najib, then congratulates himself

Following is an article published by NST Online complete with responses by TTF (in blue):


THE PART WHERE LGE CONGRATULATES NAJIB

GEORGE TOWN: DAP secretary-general Lim Guan Eng has congratulated former prime minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak for leading Barisan Nasional (BN) to victory in the Cameron Highlands by-election on Saturday.

Guan Eng also congratulated BN candidate Ramli Mohd Noor, who was elected as the first Orang Asli Member of Parliament in the country’s history.


“In addition, I would also like to congratulate the coalition of Umno and Pas, which managed to get MCA and MIC to support them in the by-election.

“This feat (getting MCA and MIC’s support) was totally unexpected,” he told a media conference after attending the Digital Library launch here, today.

THE PART WHERE LGE CONGRATULATES HIMSELF 

Guan Eng said despite Pakatan Harapan’s (PH) loss, the party is still happy that it managed to gain three per cent more votes compared to the previous election.

In fact, he said, PH also managed to reduce BN and Pas votes from 4,184 in the 14th general election (GE-14) to 3,238 votes this time around.

“Despite the disappointment, we have managed to reduce their votes, and increase ours by three per cent.

“This gives us the confidence to fight and improve ourselves and the party machinery for the next by-election,” he added.

THE PART WHERE I SHOOT MYSELF:

BANG!!!

Adapted from: NST Online


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