PBR's address is legitimate, says sec-gen

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Parti Bebas Rasuah (PBR) has dismissed suggestions that the address for their headquarters was fictitious, as suggested by Registrar of Societies (ROS) director-general Mohammad Razin Abdullah.

Among others, Razin had claimed that checks by the ROS revealed that the registered address was used by a tile shop.

"Perhaps the misunderstanding stems from the fact that our office is on the second floor of the said address, while the tile shop mentioned in the media, is one floor below us," he said in a statement today.

He said the address that was submitted to the ROS was the same address used by PBR's predecessor New Generation Party, since August 28, 2013.

According to New Straits Times yesterday, Razin had said there were discrepancies in the application submitted by the New Generation Party to change its name to PBR...

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