Pakatan Harapan's manifesto is no longer sacrosanct, and everybody knows it.
Pakatan Harapan’s Rais Hussin says although a former judge has been elected as Dewan Rakyat speaker, PH still has five years in which to keep its ‘long-term’ pledge of having an MP as speaker.
People are not in a rush to judge Pakatan Harapan but the euphoria will soon dissipate, which means PH will have to start now to resolve issues affecting the public.
The deputy prime minister says Pakatan Harapan is working to fulfil its promises but needs time to implement some of the initiatives.
Britain, Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Japan and the United States - known as the Group of Seven (G7) - pledged in 2016 to phase out their support for fossil fuels by 2025.
The opposition party says this includes a proposal to dispose of a 25% stake in Petronas to service 1MDB's debts and the federal debt.
The Permatang Pauh MP is coy about being part of Cabinet, but says everyone has a role to play, not just ministers.
This general election could see the most number of promises in an election, ever.