Zaid outlines Pakatan blueprint for change

comments     Joe Fernandez     Published     Updated

Pakatan Rakyat's much-awaited Common Policy Framework (CPF) will be driven by the opposition alliance's long-touted agenda for change and reform.

The agenda promises to restore the doctrine of separation of powers, checks-and-balances, public accountability, transparency and weed out abuse of power and exercises in absolute power.

These were the salient points stressed by senior PKR leader Zaid Ibrahim in an exclusive two-hour interview with Malaysiakini late last night in Tanjung Aru, Kota Kinabalu.

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