Zaid’s men call for halt to polls

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  • Saturday, 30 Oct 2010

PETALING JAYA: Campaigners for PKR deputy presidential candidate Datuk Zaid Ibrahim are calling for the immediate halt to the party’s national leadership elections.

Zaid’s political secretary Rashid Azad Khan claimed there were serious concerns over complaints that new members who only registered yesterday had been allowed to vote, the late arrival of ballot papers and ballot papers that did not have the full list of candidates.

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