‘LO­GOS DO NOT

Pakatan Hara­pan should get pact reg­is­tered, says an­a­lyst

New Straits Times - - News -

TEH ATHIRA YU­SOF KUALA LUMPUR news@nst.com.my

PAKATAN Hara­pan should have fo­cused on reg­is­ter­ing them­selves as a coali­tion, which is more crit­i­cal, rather than putting their energy in de­sign­ing their logo.

Univer­siti Sains Malaysia po­lit­i­cal an­a­lyst Dr Si­va­mu­ru­gan Pan­dian said the pact mem­bers must agree on a com­mon po­lit­i­cal goal.

He said de­sign­ing the new logo would be mean­ing­less if they failed to get ap­proval from the Reg­istry of So­ci­eties (RoS).

“It seemed like they are tak­ing their time as Pakatan Hara­pan was formed 18 months ago and PPBM (Parti Pribumi Ber­satu Malaysia) had just signed the elec­toral pact in March.

“This is why they should de­cide on a com­mon ground and get them­selves reg­is­tered in­stead of fo­cus­ing on the po­lit­i­cal ide­olo­gies of each party in the pact,” he told the New Straits

Times.

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