PKR president Datuk Seri Dr Wan Azizah Wan Ismail today urged Malaysians to register to vote in order to help improve the country.
In her Malaysia Day address, she said that Malaysia was indeed struggling with racial politics and corruption, such as the graft cases involving Kuala Lumpur City Hall (DBKL) officials, but reminded the public that they had the power the steer the country in the right direction.
“I believe that with the people’s commitment to determine the future of our country, we will be more prepared to overcome any hardship that hits the country.
“The youth should not waste any time or opportunities! Register to vote. The future is in your hands!” she said in a statement today.
Speculation is rife that snap elections may be held next year.
Dr Wan Azizah added that she believed in Malaysians’ ability to continue in the fight to uphold justice and fight oppression, “while remembering the original spirit that shaped this beloved country.”
Today marks 53 years since the formation of Malaysia, deemed Malaysia Day, when Malaya, Borneo and Sarawak joined to form the Malaysian federation.
The Malay Mail Online