Tuesday, March 29, 2011
Pehin Sri Abdul Taib Mahmud to retire after State polls
Posted by Mulu View
“Chief Minister, Pehin Sri Haji Abdul Taib Mahmud on March 19 spoke of the possibility that he may retire in the near future. He knows the time will come for him to retire after serving the State for quite a long time already.
Unlike, the Prime Minister and his deputy, who are both still quite young and energetic; I am an old man already, he says when speaking to a huge crowd at the launching of Sejiwa Senada program in Serian.”
The event was an historic occasion with the presence of the Prime Minister, YAB Datuk Patinggi Haji Mohd. Najib Tun Abdul Razak and the Deputy Prime Minister, YAB Tan Sri Haji Mohd. Mahyiddin Haji Mohd. Yassin.
But he wants his ambition to live as long as possible to benefit the people. There will be changes and he wants the people, who take over must be given the necessary training.
He says today there are only two people who can be considered belonging to older generation in PBB, Datuk Patinggi Alfred Jabu and him, who are not tired of serving the people and the State. They want to make sure if they go, the people, who will take over from them, must be able to continue with what they have done to achieve greater progress for the benefits of the people.
|During the State-Level Sejiwa Senada Programme - Serian|
Pehin Sri Abdul Taib says he will lead the State election on April 16 to make sure that everything is smooth. He will lead the State elections to make sure that new blood can come up. But after that, when he sees all the people, he has groomed, can form a team and work for the people and the State, he will go.
He says this is the aim of Barisan Nasional and not his alone nor those of one Prime Minister and one Chief Minister. It is all the dedication of Barisan Nasional. It is our philosophy and commitment to the people of
. This is very important for us no matter what happen this is No.1. That is why we say Rakyat is our priority. Malaysia
For this reason, the people must maintain their solidarity behind the government in the State elections on April 16 to show that they want greater progress, prosperity and comfort in life toward the year 2020 and beyond. They must preserve their unity, harmony, stability and continuity in the way they do things even though the objective may change with time.
Pehin Sri Abdul Taib says he has been able to groom people to accumulate sufficient experience and understanding of how to serve the rakyat. They must be able to share the common vision how to further develop the economy with the Prime Minister’s vision to jump into high income economy. The people must support him all out to realize the vision. Even if he is no longer the Chief Minister, he will support the Prime Minister all out. That is the dedication of Barisan Nasional.
The Prime Minister has been to show how versatile he can be to make sure that what ever the government wants to do must reach the target groups. Obviously, his concept of development is people focused and what ever the government wants to do must reach the target groups.
This is the hallmark of the leadership of Barisan Nasional being led by the Prime Minister that will push forward
Malaysia and Sarawak to become more progressive and prosperous after the next elections.
He says there are no other parties, whose members, who have dedication to serve the people, state and country. This will be the legacy of Barisan Nasional in the State elections on April 16.
Sarawak with lots of initiatives being given supported by the Federal Government will be able to achieve the target of being a developed nation by the year 2020.
Component parties in Barisan Nasional believe in the spirit of compromise that some may give way; they discuss things properly and even offer help to each other. Some members even offer to help even though they have retired. This is the spirit of dedication of Barisan Nasional.
The State elections on April 16 will provide the opportunity for the people to show their full support to Datuk Patinggi Haji Mohd. Najib, as the leader of Barisan Nasional and Prime Minister of Malaysia. He will be able to move the State and country forward towards a brighter future towards the year 2020 and beyond.
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