PKR election troubles casting a shadow on congress

  • Analysis
  • Wednesday, 14 Nov 2018

DATUK Seri Anwar Ibrahim had sensed the shift in public opinion about his party midway through the PKR polls.

But last weekend, as polling in Sarawak got underway, the critical voices had grown into a cacophony, largely because of the controversy over the Julau division and its overnight membership spike.

Subscribe now to our Premium Plan for an ad-free and unlimited reading experience!

Politics , pkr


Next In Columnists

Mask up, Covid-19 cases are rising
How to grade the Prime Minister
Ten Hag’s struggles, Arsenal’s glory days and a December to remember
China’s GDI: Elevating foreign aid for Malaysia
Game-changing victory for PAS
Playful twists of the nipples
A veteran politician makes a move
Empowerment through legal foundations
GEG: Protect kids, not profits
Magnetic interference

Others Also Read