The highly-anticipated PKR politburo meeting last night yielded no results on whether the party was prepared to endorse a proposal for Dr Mahathir Mohamad to be made the interim prime minister.
PKR leaders were tight-lipped after the three-hour meeting at the PKR headquarters in Petaling Jaya, which ended close to midnight.
Instead, the party's communication director Fahmi Fadzil read out a prepared statement.
Notably, PKR's official statement did not acknowledge the proposal about making Mahathir (photo) prime minister.
The statement merely noted that there were discussions about the "prime ministerial candidate proposed in the Pakatan Harapan retreat on Dec 1 to 2," but did not provide any names...