KUALA LUMPUR, Sept 11 — Pakatan Harapan today pledged to review Malaysia's contracts with any foreign countries that might be "lopsided" should it win federal power.
PH chairman Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad said Malaysia reserves the right to review any contract that is not favourable to the country.
Such reviews would focus on deals related to the country’s strategic assets, Dr Mahathir said when promising to also defend Malaysia's sovereignty in any dispute at the South China Sea.
He also said that PH would look at ways to regain Pulau Batu Puteh, which Malaysia is disputing anew with Singapore.
Dr Mahathir claimed Malaysia's reputation and strength in foreign policy has dwindled in recent years, asserting that this would be restored if PH becomes the government.
He also said that the country is increasingly stuck between China and United States' "geopolitical battles".