Other than PRM*, no other political party in the country has a unisex Youth wing. Most young women who want to join politics can only find representation in the women's wing of the political parties of their interest.
It is learnt that Keadilan had suggested that a young women's brigade be set up in the party, similar to Puteri Umno, but the idea has been shot down by members.
Puteri Umno was launched two years ago to accommodate women below 35 in the dominant Malay party which only started to recognise this century that there is possible niche for young women in politics.
Since the merger process began, PRM leaders have made efforts to push the agenda of equality between men and women in politics as the whole idea is intended to bring "progressive elements" into Keadilan.
Keadilan and PRM Youth are confident that the move will take place eventually although it may require some time.
"We have already agreed to it in principle. It has to happen but of course, we cannot expect it to happen overnight," said PRM deputy Youth chief Latheefa Koya when contacted.
"There are technicalities to consider such as the status of membership and positions held by current leaders in PRM," she added.