‘Unknown factor’ to decide winner

Two contenders: While Azmin (left) represents an established figure in the PKR ranks, Rafizi’s brand of populism shows considerable strength.

RAFIZI Ramli has become some sort of a James Bond figure in the contest for the PKR polls.

He has “a licence to kill”, so to speak. The fact that he is neither an MP nor holding a government post gives him the leeway to speak his mind and shoot from the hip in the fight for the PKR deputy president’s post.

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Politics , PKR polls , Rafizi Ramli , Anwar Ibrahim


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