Zuraida urges Anwar to hold reconciliation meeting

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.

Cracks in the party appeared after emergence of a sex video.

Azmin and Zuraida had stopped attending recent party meetings, in an apparent move to express their dissatisfaction.


Across The Star Online

Air Pollutant Index

Highest API Readings

    Select State and Location to view the latest API reading

    Source: Department of Environment, Malaysia