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WITH polling day less than five days away, political parties have yet to explain in detail about their election manifestos and have only relied on bringing up old issues, including political rhetoric, to get voters’ attention, said political observers.
They said politicians should be touching on their election manifesto instead of attacking the personal issues of rival candidates.
They added that young voters, especially first time voters, want to know more about the solution to fix the country’s economy and if the future government can provide job opportunities.
Barisan Nasional last week promised a minimum basic income of RM2,208 for each household and free higher education for the poor while Pakatan Harapan pledged toll-free rides on the North-South Expressway among other vows while Perikatan Nasional said it will create one million new jobs.
Ilham Centre executive director Hisomudin Bakar said politicians regardless of political parties are still in denial and delusional as they continue to harp on old issues.
Voters, according to Hisomudin, want to hear about the solutions to fix the country’s financial woes but politicians are still using political rhetoric in many of their ceramah.
“Using old issues during ceramah is to create hype and get the attention of the people but this is not the main priority, not what voters want.”,
“They want to know how the next government will fix the economy but these politicians seem not to understand what voters actually want. They prefer to talk using rhetoric instead of offering solutions,” he said.
He described that at the moment Pakatan Harapan was the only pact brave enough to hold open rallies, while Perikatan Nasional was utilising social media platforms such as TikTok to reach voters.
Barisan Nasional on the other hand opts to hold small scale ceramah in effort to convince their own supporters to go out to vote.
Where are the debates?
Dr Mazlan Ali agreed with Hisomudin that political parties must explain in detail their deals for the voters.
He however added that in order to increase more audience and to get first time voters to vote, each political leader must be brave enough to attend a public debate.
“We need to have a new approach if we want voters to vote. Ceramah, personal attacks and rhetoric are old tactics. Political leaders should debate each other on policies and what they can offer. They shouldn’t be afraid to debate.”,
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