KUALA LUMPUR – No apologies are necessary for failing to fulfil Pakatan Harapan (PH)’s 100 days 14th General Election (GE14) manifesto promises, said its President Datuk Seri Dr. Wan Azizah Wan Ismail.
Nevertheless, Azizah said, the government is working hard in ensuring all manifesto are in the process of being fulfilled for the people.
“No lah (when asked if PH should apologise to the people for not fulfilling its manifesto). The promises are in the process of being implemented.
“I’m not giving excuses of why we did not achieve our targets, but we’re trying our best.
“It is not what we hoped for but we have tried our best,” she said when met at the lobby of the Parliament today.
The Deputy Prime Minister also quoted the Employees Provident Fund (EPF) scheme for the housewives which was kicked off this week as among the successful PH Manifesto.
“At least, in my ministry, I’ve done the i-Suri EPF. I’ve successfully promoted and implemented the programme,” she added.
Meanwhile, Deputy Minister of Defence Liew Chin Tong said, the focus should not be placed on the 100 days manifesto but the direction of the country from various aspects by the PH after winning the administration of the country since 9 May.
“What is important in these 100 days was not the details of the policies but rather, are we moving in the right direction. I think, in these 100 days, the PH government has shown that our direction is well-received by majority of the people and that our direction is good for the country.
“First, the institutional renewal and reformation. I think that the PH government has achieved a lot in the first 100 days and secondly, the economic which favours the people and not a small portion of corrupted individuals,” he added.
As of now, he said, the PH government has successfully abolish the Goods and Service Tax (GST) and implement the EPF schemes for the housewives. -MalaysiaGazette