No cracks in ties, unity govt still stable and strong, says Anwar

SHAH ALAM: 'Good luck and goodbye' was Prime Minister Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim's salvo fired at detractors of the unity government.

The PKR president said there were desperate groups trying to create cracks in the coalition by inciting trouble, but added that their efforts were all in vain.

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"To this group of people, I want to say good luck and goodbye.

"It will never work," said Anwar in his address at the PKR 25th anniversary convention here Sunday (April 21).

He said the unity government was strong with no cracks between the parties.

Anwar also added that critics alleged the people was suffering because the government had not done anything.

"Ask them who are the ones suffering? Is it those with Datuk and Tan Sri titles?" Anwar asked.

Earlier in his speech, Anwar said PKR had survived many trials and tribulations because it had idealism.

However, he added, there has never been an occasion where idealism had maintained throughout time.

"So, we must polish this idealism," added Anwar.

According to him, attraction towards wealth, luxury and assets had led many astray.

"We have also seen betrayals in the party.

"That is why in this special convention, we must be prepared to evaluate what establishes Keadilan as a pillar in the struggle that was pursued," said Anwar.


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