PBM: Time to put Malaysian politics back on track


The opportunity to put Malaysia back on the right track lies in the hands of Johor voters, especially the youth and women voters.  

Parti Bangsa Malaysia (PBM) secretary-general Nor Hizwan Ahmad said this reset needs to start in Johor.

“PBM is aware of the huge challenges in the state election, especially in the face of the giant machinery of veteran political parties and their seemingly limitless financial capabilities. 

“But I believe that in this election, the people’s voting power will be instrumental in helping to kickstart Malaysia’s new step towards glory again. 

” It is time to forget the old politics. Therefore, I appeal to the people of Johor to give PBM a chance in the four seats we are contesting,” he said in a statement today. 

He added that this dynamic and bold move confirms PBM’s commitment in bringing the mission of The Great Reset 2030 to the mainstream of national politics. 

Nor Hizwan said the systemic and social problems outlined in the six pillars of PBM’s struggle will be the main theme throughout the election campaign period. 

“This electoral battlefield will also shape the new narrative of national politics with different nuances that will be served by PBM through its campaign programme and approach. 

” No hate politics, racism or slander. Instead, PBM will bring a fresh agenda for the country to rise from the sluggish relations between race, economy, science, technology and education that the country is experiencing,” he added.

PBM has nominated Tebrau MP Steven Choong to be the Puteri Wangsa DUN candidate, whose service as the MP for the area is expected to convince the multi-racial voters there. 

He holds a Master’s Degree in Science (Business Finance) from Brunel University, UK (MSc.) and is also a Chartered Accountant.

In the Stulang state constituency, PBM has fielded Saiful Bahari, 34, an activist who is no stranger to the Johor Bahru area.

His professional experience in working with multi-national companies before this has helped shape his leadership qualities. 

Meanwhile, Mohd Azmi Ali has been entrusted to run in the Tiram DUN. 

Born in Kg. Ulu Tiram, he holds a degree in Islamic Sharia from Al Azhar University, Egypt. 

The former Islamic Affairs officer of the Johor Islamic Religious Council has 10 years’ experience in corporate, and has been active in charity work in Tiram. 

The youngest candidate, 28-year-old Hanis Asmui was given the confidence to contest in the Maharani DUN, Muar. Educated in the field of Automotive Technology, he is expected to bring new ideas to Maharani, especially in the fields of economics and technology to the more than 10,000 young and new voters.