PETALING JAYA: PKR Deputy President Rafizi Ramli challenged Perikatan Nasional (PN) to be a good opposition, by taking over its former role in exposing any irregularities in the government.
In a disclosure on the TikTok application last night, the economy minister also challenged PN to break his record of being sued 16 times, in addition to being locked up many times due to his disclosure.
“Those who are in the opposition like PN, be a good opposition… if there are irregularities on our side, expose them like what I did before.
“If I could break the record, I would be locked up many times and be sued 16 times,” he said. He said this in a nearly 10-minute video clip that was uploaded on TikTok, after he kept his mouth shut since the results of the general election. 15 (GE15) on 19 Nov was announced and the formation of a unity government led by Anwar Ibrahim.
Meanwhile, the Pandan Member of Parliament asked the PN who refused to comply with the order of the Yang di-Pertuan Agong to jointly form a unity government to discuss knowledgeably by bringing ideas to Parliament.
“Discuss in a scholarly way to bring ideas to Parliament,” he said.
“My advice is that we put the people first, as a government like me, the people will judge our every move. This is the time to work day and night to implement all the ideas we had before,” he said.
Meanwhile, Rafizi also claimed that PN was angry about the formation of a unity government for failing to steal the support of Barisan Nasional (BN) MPs.
“Why did PH form a unity government with BN, Warisan, GPS and GRS? The failure of PN in the episode of stealing members of Parliament to form a government caused them to get angry.
“All kinds of things they call, adulterous government, unnatural and this matter will continue in the next few weeks,” he said.
Yesterday, Rafizi, one of the PH figures who negotiated the formation of a unity government, said the negotiations were not “pretty”.
“But it’s noisy outside,” he said on Twitter.
He is among the eight PH MPs who were named as members of the Cabinet of Ministers led by Prime Minister Anwar Ibrahim on Friday.
Anwar’s Cabinet consists of 15 PH MPs, six from BN, five from Gabungan Parti Sarawak, one from Gabungan Rakyat Sabah and another MP who is not a member of any party.