PH gets a D from Pas, it must 'repeat the paper', the Islamic party says

Ahmad Suhael Adnan

KUALA LUMPUR: Pas has given a D rating to the Pakatan Harapan (PH) government following its failure to deliver on the election promises. Pas deputy president Tuan Ibrahim Tuan Man said PH could only be given 27 to 30 per cent pass rate based on the government’s achievements in its 100-days in office. He said PH had only delivered 30 per cent of its 10 promises made before the 14th general election (GE14) and people were already beginning to doubt if the pledges would ever be fulfilled. “PH has failed to keep its promises...they made all the promises without people asking anything in the first place. “Now that they have failed to keep their promises, they are coming up with all kinds of excuses,” he said. Tuan Ibrahim said that is why Pas could only give a D to PH . “They have to repeat the paper,” he said when met at parliament lobby. He was asked to comment on PH’s achievement in its first 100-days in power. Tuan Ibrahim also questioned the government’s focus on carrying out projects which could not be described as a priority, including the third national car project. Asked if PH would be able to weather the storm for the next five years, the Kubang Kerian member of parliament said it would depend on the government’s ability in delivering what the people wanted.

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