Delegates want healing process to start


Giving appreciation: PKR members holding

PKR’s national congress this year is about a party that has finally arrived.

The party is tasting power after two decades of ups and downs and Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim, the man who sparked off the modern Malay awakening, is on the cusp of his lifelong dream of becoming prime minister.

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