Nurul Izzah: It’s not something that was decided overnight

A hard place: Nurul Izzah is overcome with emotion after she delivered her winding-up speech at the 13th party National Congress in IDCC, Shah Alam.

IT’S 3pm and way past lunchtime, and Nurul Izzah Anwar has finally found time to have her meal. She is joined by her two children and a family member.

But her phone is ringing incessantly. PKR leaders and members are shocked that she has just announced her decision to quit as party vice-president.

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