PKR won't be held to ransom, says Azmin

comments     Geraldine Tong     Published     Updated

PKR will not be held to ransom by any political party or individual, PKR deputy president Mohamed Azmin Ali said.

"Crisis is not necessarily a problem, but it is an opportunity for PKR to appear as a peacemaker and a leader for the future.

"Yet, at the same time, PKR will not allow anyone, be it a political party or an individual, to hold us to ransom... we will fight them to the end," Azmin said in his officiating speech at the national PKR Women and Youth congress opening ceremony in Petaling Jaya tonight.

While he admitted that there are different views and approaches to issues, he said this does not mean PKR should get into a dispute and destroy the strength of its political cooperation built through Barisan Alternatif, Pakatan Rakyat and now Pakatan Harapan...

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