BN says MPs not out to topple govt
Deputy chairman Mohamad Hasan expresses the coalition’s commitment to ensuring the current government remains strong.
(MalaysiaNow) – Barisan Nasional (BN) has denied that its MPs are involved in efforts to topple the government as alleged by some parties.
BN deputy chairman Mohamad Hasan said BN would not bring down the existing government as it had promised to form a stable government needed to manage the country, and the government was built on the cooperation of various parties.
“To bring down the current government would be difficult. The anti-party hopping law is in effect and any MP who wants to support another party has to resign for a by-election to be held.
“The current government has a pretty big majority of 148,” he told reporters at a media conference during the defence ministry’s Aidilfitri open house at Kementah Camp in Kuala Lumpur yesterday.
He was responding to Bersatu Supreme Council member Muhammad Faiz Na’aman’s claim that Perikatan Nasional had obtained the support of 126 MPs.