IPOH, Aug. 20 – The leaders of Perak DAP and Amanah claim that they are behind a conspiracy to overthrow their Pakatan Harapan (PH) Mentri Besar Ahmad Faizal Azumu, only three months after his appointment.
<p class = "canvas-atom canvas-text Mb (1.0em) Mb (0) – sm Mt (0.8em) – sm" type = "text" content = "Both Perak DAP chairman Nga Kor Ming and Perak Amanah chairman Asmuni Awi denied that they planned to file a no-confidence vote against Ahmad Faizal – as reported yesterday in Mingguan Malaysia, the Sunday edition of Malaysian daily Utusan Malaysia. "data-reactid =" 23 "> Both Perak DAP chairman Nga Kor Ming and Perak Amanah chairman Asmuni Awi denied that they were planning to submit a no-confidence vote against Ahmad Faizal – as reported yesterday in Mingguan Malaysia, the Sunday edition of Malaysian daily Utusan Malaysia.
Asmuni said there was no plan that the accusations called "nonsense."
"Outsiders are quick to formulate a negative conclusion about certain issues that we can deal with internally amicably," he told Malay Mail today.
The ousterplot claims that disagreements between Perak PH excuse their MB about the election promise of the coalition to award titles to FELCRA settlers, as well as residents of new villages and planned villages.
DAP has claimed that it fully intends to fulfill the promise.
However, Ahmad Faizal stated last week that such an act would be against the federal constitution.
The fact that similar country titles were issued under the Pakatan Rakyat in 2008 has done little to ease the confusion.
Asmuni, however, claimed that all different views in the coalition would be resolved internally.
"We are aware that the Perak PH government was formed on the strength of a small majority, but this does not mean that despite a few differences we are not unanimous," he said.
"I believe that incidental differences reflect maturity in our thinking and our approaches."
Asmuni expressed his confidence that the party would not be torn apart by differences.
"Any attempt by another party to use the so-called differences in our approach to address issues with a view to destabilizing this government will be disappointing.
"It will strengthen our intention to become more united."
Nga was short but direct in his response to the accusations.
"It's just libelous and unfounded," he told Malay Mail when he contacted today.
As he went no further, Nga had made a statement yesterday expressing the party's support for Ahmad Faizal's leadership.
"We are a responsible party and we have never put the Mentri Besar under pressure, we have a good relationship where we work as a team with mutual respect.
"Perak DAP will stand with the Mentri Besar and fully support him, so that the state government can bring development and prosperity to the people of the state," he said in the statement.
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