Zaid Ibrahim is fast losing party allies

Terence Netto

Modified 12 Nov 2010, 4:52 am

COMMENT Zaid Ibrahim is losing potential allies faster than gaining new ones in his fight for reforms in PKR.

That's because he cannot sustain a clear line of attack, a necessity whenever a would-be reformer attempts to change the status quo.

Yesterday, a statement of support for the party leadership by Mustaffa Kamil Ayub, the third contestant in the race for the deputy president's post, clearly disassociated...

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