IT is important for PBB to remain united as it is the backbone of Gabungan Parti Sarawak (GPS), said Datuk Seri Fatimah Abdullah (pic).
The PBB Women chief said party members must continue to be united for continued political stability and harmony in the party as well as the state.
“We want to make sure that PBB remains united not just for now but in the future as well. This is very important because it is a principle that has been held on for so long and we are the backbone of the GPS government.
“Moreover, this will ensure that we can focus on the development and wellbeing of Sarawak as well as its people which is what we want,” she said.
Fatimah highlighted that solidarity and the spirit of unity among party members could be evidently seen when they unanimously submitted a motion that the post of PBB president should not be contested and agreed to retain Premier Datuk Patinggi Tan Sri Abang Johari Tun Openg as the party chief.
Commenting on PBB’s 15th Triennial General Meeting (TGM), she said this was the first convention after the COVID-19 pandemic.
The TGM will see the presentation of motions and amendment to the party constitution to accommodate the new wing for youth aged 18 to 28 among others.
“Therefore, the Women’s wing would like to see changes in the constitutions of PBB and the Women’s wing in terms of women’s involvement in the party.
“Besides that, we will also see relevant changes, especially on youth involvement,” she added.
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