INTERVIEW | 'Let's abolish the ketua umum position so he can come back to lead the party.'
This comes after NGO Otai Reformis which questioned the appointment met with Perak MB.
COMMENT | The chief concern of PKR's Selangor MB nominee was simian behaviour in Ijok.
PKR president once again reiterates that there are no rival camps within the party.
The DPM says the Ijok state rep was among those submitted as a candidate for the position.
Its Batu Lintang rep says the gov't appears to have paid excessive sums for the Forest Department aircraft.
After a three-year absence, Anwar reasserts his leadership in his party.
As Selangorians wait in anticipation of who their MB will be, Dr Afif Bahardin says they prefer somebody young.
He says the selection is in its final stages and will be revealed soon.
PKR leader also denies talk that Anwar is meeting with Umno leaders.
The PKR veep urges the public to focus on more pressing matters, such as the economy.
An individual claiming to be Penang PKR youth chief had protested against the supposed appointment.
SUPP's Michael Tiang asks Stampin PKR to make complaints on corruption through the proper channels.
Youth deputy chief says BN reps were complicit in the alleged crimes.
It will ensure the state’s minorities will also be able to enjoy equal opportunities, says state PKR No 2.
Dr M will think of a suitable way to channel benefits directly to locals, says Azan Ismail.
Ampang MP also looking at improving community empowerment as housing and local gov't minister.
Baru Bian says the Harapan gov’t will enable S’wak to ‘fully participate’ in running the country.
LETTER | Put nation first before party's interest.
He refuses to confirm or deny the contents of a WhatsApp message currently doing the rounds.
PKR veep says he had since last year made it clear he did not want any gov't positions.
Independent candidate endorsed by PKR veep Tian Chua joins the party.
Jailed leader also reiterates PKR's strong support for the new prime minister.
Harapan sources say Rafizi’s claim they were not consulted is untrue.
Ambiga says she supports appointments made by PM, and calls for Rafizi to put the country first.
UPDATED 7.23PM | Rafizi says the appointment of the trio is not final as due consultation must be made.
GE14 | Bukit Tengah is proving a tough seat for PKR, as its Penang newbie races against time to know the voters.
UPDATED 10.55am | The judge says it is a matter for an election court to hear, and dismisses the case.
GE14 | But candidate Ginie Lim must secure all Chinese votes and attract some of BN's Malay votes.
Asrol Sani quit PRK yesterday, citing disillusionment with the leadership's candidate selection.
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