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PKR’s Rafizi Ramli announced he will start wooing voters next month as he expects Parliament to be dissolved by September to pave the way for the 15th general election.
Rafizi, who has been unofficially elected as PKR deputy president, predicted that the Dewan Rakyat would be dissolved in August or September, to enable a new government to table Budget 2023.
“My main focus is to convince voters from three key groups – PKR and Pakatan Harapan, as well as fence-sitters – in key seats that need to be defended.
“The third group comprises first-time voters (below aged 25 and those who have never voted before) in crucial seats that should be defended,” he said in a statement today.
The former Pandan lawmaker said he would conduct weekly campaigns using the Ayuh Malaysia platform because of the high level of voter fatigue towards existing parties.
The campaign initiatives will kick off with a national-level training for Ayuh Malaysia volunteers on July 2 in Kuala Lumpur.
Rafizi said he would announce the campaign schedule according to towns and parliamentary seats next week, involving ceramah from trucks and group discussions in halls with experts and the public to find solutions to the country’s problems.
According to unofficial results displayed on the 2022 PKR election website, Rafizi defeated Saifuddin Nasution Ismail in the race for the deputy president’s post but the official results would only be announced at the annual party congress from July 15 to 17. – Bernama, June 20, 2022.