Consensus over PM, DPM candidates shows Pakatan is a united force


Gan Pei Ling Asila Jalil

Pakatan leaders at its 2018 Convention at the Ideal Convention Centre in Shah Alam today. – The Malaysian Insight pic by Seth Akmal, January 7, 2018.

PKR grassroots and national leaders believe the hard-earned consensus on the candidates for the prime minister and deputy prime minister posts as well as seat negotiations among Pakatan Harapan’s component parties will send a signal to voters that the opposition is a united force.

“We understand each party and individuals have different opinions but, whether they like it or not, the decision has been made by the top leadership.


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  • The walk to Putrajaya begins. New Malaysia!

    Posted 3 years ago by Anak Malaysia

  • Generally, what we can say it is purely Power Struggle among the Politician to be in the Helm. Probably due to the perks , benefits and goodies
    in the bag for them. If they can sit down and discussed we can't say that they are not unifoed they are it just " Power Struggle" differ them

    Posted 3 years ago by Abdul Rahman Abdul Razak