Mazlan Bujang, former Johor Bersatu chairman, declares support for BN
Mazlan Bujang formally resigned from the Parti Pribumi Bersatu Malaysia (Bersatu) today, thereby resigning from all of his party positions, including his position as the party’s Tebrau division chairman, with effect immediately.
Twenty-three other Bersatu branch leaders and committee members from the party’s Tebrau division joined him in resigning their positions.
As the current Puteri Wangsa assemblyman and former Johor Bersatu chairman, Mazlan claimed he has not yet joined another political party, but has declared his support for the ruling Barisan Nasional party (BN).
According to him, leaving Bersatu was not an easy choice for him to make, but it was one that he took after carefully considering the many issues he had encountered.
During a special media conference held at the Sultan Abu Bakar Complex at the Johor Heritage Foundation Building, Mazlan said that he had chosen to quit the party with immediate effect, including his elected position as the Tebrau Bersatu division chairman.