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Harapan needs to retake narrative from ‘de facto opposition’ Najib – Rafizi

INTERVIEW | Former prime minister Najib Abdul Razak is now effectively the de facto opposition after he “hijacked” the opposition’s ability to “connect with voters on a day-to-day basis” on his social media.

But former Pandan MP Rafizi Ramli – who recently announced his return to active politics – said he is ready to take back that initiative from Najib to boost Pakatan Harapan’s appeal to voters in the upcoming general election.

“I think what has been missing so much (from Harapan) in the last two to three years was the ability to connect on a day-to-day basis with voters. To make matters worse, that ability has been hijacked by Najib.

“He took the populist approach to voice out day-to-day issues that we used to do when we were the opposition. So, effectively...

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