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BN Youth, Puteri to hold Young Manifesto Colloquium Jan 17
Published on: Saturday, January 13, 2018

Kota Kinabalu: The Sabah Barisan Nasional (BN) Youth and Puteri will co-organise the Young Manifesto Colloquium on Jan 17 at the Hotel Tabung Haji (TH), near here.

Young Manifesto Colloquium Secretariat Head Dato Armizan Mohd Ali said the main aim is to bring together young leaders in Sabah BN to discuss and formulate recommendations and proposals to be taken for consideration of the party and government leadership.

"The colloquium formulation covers recommendations and suggestions for consideration in the formulation of the Barisan Nasional manifesto for the 14th General Election (GE14).

"In addition, it will also touch on issues and matters involving government programmes, both at state and federal level," he told a news conference after chairing the colloquium's meeting at the Umno Building here, Friday.

Armizan, who is also Head of the Umno Papar Youth, said the colloquium was also a continuation of the Sabah TN50 Dialogue Series pioneered by Yamani Hafez Musa, Sabah BN Youth Chairman and Chairman of the Young Manifesto Colloquium.

According to him, the one-day colloquium, young leaders from all Sabah BN component parties will bring the voice and aspirations of young people through a series of grassroots interactions that have been implemented before.

"The recommendations and proposals collected through the six TN50 State Dialogue Series of Sabah to date will also be refined and formulated in this colloquium. The TN50 Dialogue Series with Hafez has been held in Ranau, Kota Marudu, Kadamaian, Sandakan, Long Pasia and UiTM Sabah and will be forwarded to other areas, "he added.


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