PETALING JAYA: PKR is ready to work with any politician who wants a leadership free of corruption and abuse of power as it continues its pursuit to bring about reforms, says Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim.
The PKR president said any effort to return the people's mandate must be based on upholding the dignity of the people without losing sight of principles and idealism.
"The country has been spared from a state of emergency and I am thankful to the Rulers for their care in defending the rule of law from being abused.
"We must not take lightly their firm advice and warning on justice and the abuse of power. Instead, everyone should uphold it in order for the country to not fall into ruins," he said.
Anwar said PKR will continue pursuing its agenda to bring about reforms and its efforts will be centred upon the principles of justice and prosperity for the people.
Separately, Anwar said leaders from both sides should set aside their differences to work together on strategies to help the economy recover from the effects of Covid-19.
"Both sides, the government and the opposition, need to combine their efforts to develop effective strategies to counter the effects of Covid-19, as well as address unemployment and poverty," he said.
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