After weeks of silence, Keadilan's ex-secretary-general Sahri Bahri expressed his reservations over his party's handling of the soon to be merged Parti Keadilan Rakyat's transitional leadership line-up.
He claimed Keadilan's highest decision-making body the supreme council had not endorsed the entire line-up before both parties agreed to it during a meeting on Sunday.
Sahri, who tendered his resignation on Jan 23, was not present at the three-hour meeting in Shah Alam, Selangor.
He said this was the reason why he felt reluctant to accept the position of supreme council member.
The position was offered to him after he had rejected the post of assistant secretary-general in the new party which is still awaiting approval from the Registrar of Societies.