Tian Chua: Leiking's exit won't paralyse Sabah PKR

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The newly announced departure of vice-president Darrell Leiking from Sabah PKR wil not paralyse the political party in the East Malaysian state, insists a senior PKR leader.

On the contrary, fellow vice-president Tian Chua said that while the Penampang parliamentarian will no longer be listed as a party member, he will still work with opposition pact Pakatan Harapan, albeit on a new political platform.

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