PBM reinstates two suspended supreme council members

SIBU: Parti Bangsa Malaysia (PBM) has reinstated the membership of two supreme council members during a meeting on Saturday (Dec 17)

"I had a meaningful discussion with Datuk Chua Lian Chye and Mira Muniraa Abu Bakar, who were earlier suspended prior to GE15, together with the party’s disciplinary committee," party president Larry Sng (pic) said in a Facebook post on Sunday (Dec 18).

"It was decided then that their suspension shall be lifted and their positions reinstated."

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Sng, who is also Julau MP, said the remaining supreme council members who were still suspended and did not attend the meeting would receive show-cause letters soon.

He said if they failed to reply in writing within a week, it would lead to their expulsion from the party.

"Should they reply, I have instructed the disciplinary committee to resolve their status before the end of the month.

"Those who are currently suspended include Datuk Zuraida Kamaruddin, Haniza Talha and Dr Daroyah Alwi," he added.

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Former Ampang MP Zuraida and 12 others were involved in a power struggle in PBM in late October.

This led to her suspension together with 12 others. Besides Chua, Mira Muniraa, Haniza and Dr Daroyah, the others were Rahimah Majid, Dr Sathiskumar Govindaraju, Muhammad Saiful Bahari Sahari, Na’im Brundage, Abdul Aziz Abdul Kadir, Zakaria Abdul Rahim, Datuk Roger Tan Seng Huat and Albakri Salim.

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