Nurul Izzah pens moving tribute to her father


PETALING JAYA: Many challenges lay ahead but they will be tackled with justice, says Nurul Izzah Anwar (pic).

In a moving tribute penned to her father PKR president Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim who was sworn in as the 10th Prime Minister yesterday, Nurul Izzah said the party has always upheld the principle of justice for all in their struggle since 1998.Nurul Izzah, who is a PKR vice-president, also said that she has always been proud of her father, even when he was prisoner.

“In life in this world, we cannot escape from challenges. When we lose, we are tested. When we win we are also tested.

“Since 1998 until now, it has been our duty to stick to the original struggle which is to demand justice not for ourselves, but for all.

“Challenges still await, and after the swearing-in ceremony, efforts to unite compatriots, examine economic problems, attract investment through economic stimulation and local talent, and build an ummah and a nation based on social justice and patriotism.

“I love you papa and I am always proud of you, even as you lay imprisoned as a prisoner of conscience,” said Nurul Izzah in a social media post.

She added that the legacy that should be left behind for the children and the future generations is not property, rank or money, but idealism and principles of struggle that cannot be bought or sold.

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