Najib: Malays have had enough of DAP

Reformasi is just a mere Pakatan slogan, says the premier.

(Bernama) – Prime Minister Najib Tun Razak said the Malays have had enough of DAP, challenging the party that claims to be multiracial, to contest in a Malay constituency.

“If DAP is a multiracial party, I dare them to stand in a Malay constituency. You know Malays have had enough of DAP… all are rubbish,” he said at the launch of MCA’s 59th Annual General Assembly, here today.

Among those present were MCA president Dr Chua Soi Lek, Deputy President Liow Tiong Lai, Vice Presidents Dr Ng Yen Yen, Senator Donald Lim Siang Chai and BN component party leaders, including Gerakan President Dr Koh Tsu Koon, MIC President G Palanivel and Umno Secretary-General Tengku Adnan Tengku Mansor.

Najib also agreed with the MCA president that DAP leaders have only been preaching multiracialism but it was never shown in reality.

“Being democratic…are they more democratic than us (the BN)? If you want to know, ask Tunku Aziz (former DAP national vice-chairman Tunku Abdul Aziz Ibrahim), he will tell you,” said Najib adding with a firm tone that BN’s message is that real change and progress was taking place in Malaysia.

“Reformasi is just a mere slogan,” he said.

Najib said, one could question the fairness and policies of the government but shoud never question the fundamental of this country which was built based on the constitution.

Najib said the government has been making many politically-risky decisions just to ensure that it would be fair to all the people of this country.

On that basis he said, the government was also fully aware of the four basic needs that are the centerpiece of the Chinese societies’ struggle, thus always striving to meet the needs of the group, where ever possible.

The needs include, to have a stable and vibrant economy, fair and just country, good governance and education.

“Our country’s economy is among the best in the world currently. There are visitors who are impressed with Malaysia. They say many cranes in Malaysia and they are all working.

“Our economy is progressing well and out budge is people friendly and fiscally responsible. On the contrary, the opposition budget in populist and fiscally irresponsible…vast difference,” he said.