Anwar’s walk to freedom


Big welcome: Anwar, who was granted a royal pardon, spent the first day of Ramadan with family and friends.

DATUK Seri Dr Wan Azizah Wan Ismail may be the Deputy Prime Minister designate but on Thursday, as her famous husband prepared for freedom, her role as wife took over as she helped Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim put on his jacket.

It was to be an extraordinary day for Anwar as his black MPV inched its way through the media frenzy outside the Cheras Rehabilitation Hospital and made its way to the palace, escorted by police cars with blue lights flashing.

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