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Hishammuddin appointed BN treasurer

The 'small reshuffle' was carried out following a discussion with BN component party leaders, says chairman Zahid Hamidi.

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Hishammuddin Hussein has replaced Tengku Adnan Tengku Mansor as Barisan Nasional (BN) treasurer, the coalition’s chairman Ahmad Zahid Hamidi announced today.

In a statement, Zahid said the decision for “a small reshuffle” was made after discussion with the leaders of BN component parties, to further strengthen the coalition’s organisational structure.

Congratulating Hishammuddin on his new position, he said Tengku Adnan would continue to carry out his duties as Umno treasurer.

“BN thanks him for his service and contributions.”

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