NAJIB’S SON APPOINTED TO PAHANG EXCO – A FIRST STEP TO BECOMING PAHANG MB IN GE16?

Barisan Nasional candidate for Peramu Jaya (N21) state seat Datuk Mohd Nizar Najib with his 'beloved mother' Tengku Puteri Zainah Tengku Eskandar who came to wish her son well.

Najib’s son appointed to Pahang exco

TEN Pahang executive council members, including Mohamad Nizar Mohd Najib, the son of former prime minister Najib Razak, were sworn by the Pahang Regent Tengku Mahkota Tengku Hassanal Ibrahim Alam Shah at Istana Abu Bakar

As the Pahang government is a coalition between Barisan Nasional (BN) and Pakatan Harapan (PH), the executive council has eight members from BN and two from PH.

Apart from Peramu Jaya assemblyman Mohamad Nizar, the other BN representatives are  Mohd Soffi Abd Razak (Benta), Syed Ibrahim Syed Ahmad (Kerdau), Mohammad Fakhruddin Mohd Ariff (Bebar), Razali Kassim (Muadzam Shah), Johari Harun (Pelangai), Sabariah Saidan (Guai) and Fadzli Mohamad Kamal (Dong).

The PH representatives are, Sim Chon Siang (Teruntum) and Leong Yu Man (Triang).

On November 28, Wan Rosdy Wan Ismail, the Jelai assemblyman took his oath of office for his second term as menteri besar.

PH and BN entered into an agreement to form the state government after neither of the coalitions in the state election had secured a simple majority leading to a hung parliament.

The 16 state seats secured by BN and eight by PH in the GE have passed the simple majority of 22 seats required to form the state governmeant.

Perikatan Nasional (PN) obtained 17 seats.

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