KUALA LUMPUR: PKR vice-president Zuraida Kamaruddin (pic) called on party president Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim to hold a reconciliation meeting instead of forcing certain dissatisfied leaders to attend regular party meetings.
Zuraida said, as elected leaders in the party, they had written letters to Anwar demanding a special meeting.
But instead of responding to the letters Anwar kept insisting that they should attend the regular party meetings.
"We are still waiting for the party president to initiate a reconciliation meeting," she told reporters after opening the Smart Cities Asia 2019 conference here Wednesday.
Anwar had called on his deputy Datuk Seri Azmin Ali and vice-president Zuraida to attend the monthly leadership council meeting and discuss the reconciliation matter there.
"We, the elected members, want to meet our president," she said, insisting that a separate meeting should be held.
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Azmin and Zuraida had stopped attending recent party meetings, in an apparent move to express their dissatisfaction.
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