Protestors are organising a rally in response to Pakatan Harapan's 100-day election manifesto in Terengganu this Saturday, 18 August
The event is open to the public and is for those who are unhappy with the "government's broken promises" and how they have "lied to us", a Facebook user says. It'll be held this Saturday, the same day as the deadline for Pakatan Harapan's 100-day manifesto.
There will be several protests happening in other states like Selangor, Penang as well as Johor.
Merchandise like T-shirts have been printed and will allegedly be sold during the event
T-shirts with texts saying "#100hari #janjipalsu" are "recommended" for protesters who are attending.
In addition to the planned protest, human rights group Suaram has also accused the Pakatan Harapan government of not fulfilling its 100-day manifesto pledges, giving it a score of 20%
According to Suaram director Kua Kia Soong, the PH Government has been making a lot of delay in carrying out reforms.
“In the first 100 days, we find that their report card scored around 20% based on their own promises alone," Kua was quoted as saying by The Star Online.
The Suaram director also accused the PH Government of simply playing the "blame game" instead of highlighting how it could better its economic policies than those of the ousted Barisan Nasional government.
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