KUALA TERENGGANU, May 1 – PAS, regarded as Barisan Nasional’s biggest rival in the mainland, has conceded that BN will win the Sarawak election by a two-third majority. PAS central election director Datuk Mustafa Ali said his prediction was based on BN’s ability to attract voters in Sarawak by solving issues in the state, especially rural areas.
He said he feel that BN will continue to govern Sarawak and win by a two-third majority, there may be places where the party will lose seats but overall BN will be in power. He told this to the reporters at the Kelab Wartawan Terengganu (KAWAT) office, here Saturday.
Mustafa said PAS viewed the people of Sarawak as a community that focused merely on local issues instead of national issues. He said the leadership qualities shown by Chief Minister Tan Sri Adenan Satem since taking over the Chief Minister’s post had instilled the trust and confidence of the people. Meanwhile, he also added that Tan Sri Adenan Satem has a feel good factor to win over the people of Sarawak.