Looking for the magic touch

Tight fight: PKR members waiting to cast their vote in Baru Caves. Team Azmin’s Gan alleged that four or five buses of phantom voters were ferried in for the Selayang PKR division polls.

THE Azmin vs Rafizi fight for the PKR deputy president post is this close.

About 1.8% or 1,659 votes separate Datuk Seri Azmin Ali, the two-term incumbent, and Rafizi Ramli, the challenger. So far with voting in all Peninsula Malaysia states except Melaka, Economic Affairs Minister Azmin has bagged 46,944 votes while PKR vice-president Rafizi got 45,285.

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