- Are you contesting in the 13th General Election? Which seat are you contesting?
- Are you contesting under PSM logo or other Pakatan members’ party logo?
- Is PSM accepted into Pakatan?
- Why PSM decided to join Pakatan, is it to get more negotiation power on the seats?
- Has the Pakatan leadership announced the candidate for this constituency or are they allowing you to contest this seat?
- Will this be a straight fight or 3-corner?
- Why PSM choose to contest this seat?
- Any other seats that PSM is contesting?
- Is Jelapang seat issue resolved with DAP?
- Also heard about Dr. Nasir’s health issue might hinder him from contesting, is that true?
- What happens if Pakatan field their own candidate in Semenyih, will PSM still contest in the 4 seats?
- Do you think the people in this constituency know your party logo (being a new party)?
- Semenyih is still under BN. Do you think you can convince more voters on the fence?
- How different will your campaign be this time compare to 2008 since you lost in the last election?
- You being an MPKj counsellor while Johan (BN) being the State Assemblymen since 2008, what are the chances of people voting you?
People will have to decide finally who is the cleaner politician? Who will spend every cent on the people rather than enriching one self? It will be tough but we should make it.
- How would you counter racial issue since Semenyih has majority Malay voters and there are rumours that Malay candidate would fare better?
- What about voters’ perception of Socialism? Would that cause voters to shy away from voting the fist emblem?
- Who do you think is the BN candidate for this constituency?
- You are known to be a very simple and humble person. If you are elected, will you change your image?
- If you are offered other seat or even Parliament seat, will you accept?
- As a socialist candidate representing a Socialist Party, how are your approaches or policies or manifesto different from Pakatan?
- How do you see yourself, if you are elected in terms of real changes or real solutions?
- What is PSM’s stake on who will be the next PM?
- What are your thoughts about the Pakatan Rakyat Manifesto?
It is a good manifesto as it cuts across race politics. Lots of attractive things for the voters. Very populist. There are things which can be improved.
- What about the Minimum Wage because PSM demands RM1,500 while the Pakatan manifesto says RM1,100?
- Finally, what would you like to say to your voters?
Vote for change. Vote PR and PSM. Be part of history. Vote for PSM and you will not regret it.