GetAnMP will pay extra focus on the State of Melaka in the next General Elections.
Fresh from The Star, after the swearing in ceremony:
MALACCA: Although assuring continued development in Malacca, newly sworn-in Chief Minister Datuk Seri Mohd Ali Rustam said the “drive” to spur development within the city may be disrupted.Classic example of an outdated, outmoded politician. Bet you he still uses floppy disks and thinks he's moderne. They never learn - such Umnospeak isn't going to work any more. The country has moved on. Ali Rustam, you have five years to look for a new day job.
Mohd Ali said he would have to “think twice” with regard to new projects coming into the city as hopes of making it a more vibrant one had been dashed owing to DAP’s control of it.
“We wanted to develop it further but the rakyat is not so interested.
If there are new things (projects), maybe I have to think twice,” he said, adding that he would not shift projects which had been previously earmarked.