PKR infighting may worsen if Anwar doesn't act, say analysts

Annabelle Lee

Modified 2 Jan 2019, 9:24 am

The recent public spat between PKR president Anwar Ibrahim and his deputy Mohamed Azmin Ali is a sign of yet more factional infighting within the party, which analysts believe could derail its reform agenda.

Unless Anwar addresses this soon, they say, it could even affect the ruling Pakatan Harapan coalition.

According to UKM associate professor Faisal S Hazis, Anwar’s recent trading of barbs with Azmin on social media has done little to mend rifts in the party...

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