Kit Siang calls for Harapan 'moratorium' following Anwar's withdrawal

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After Anwar Ibrahim’s statement withdrawing himself as prime minister candidate for Pakatan Harapan that had drawn various reactions, Lim Kit Siang today called for a month of moratorium by Pakatan Harapan leaders.

The DAP parliamentary leader said this is to avoid negative statements and background briefings which could be exploited to Pakatan Harapan’s detriment.

He admitted that in the past few months, there have been too many negative news, reports, and background write-ups about Pakatan Harapan reinforcing the "malaise of public disappointment and disenchantment about the possibility of political and electoral change."...

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