No gag order on PM transition but keep discussions internal - DAP sec-gen

Annabelle Lee

Modified 22 Jan 2020, 1:22 pm

UPDATED 9.23PM | Added additional comment from Guan Eng and background.

Amidst disagreements among Pakatan Harapan leaders over the issue of power transition, DAP secretary-general Lim Guan Eng has urged for such talk to be kept away from the public eye.

Asked tonight if he planned to advise party members about this, he said he would not impose a gag order.

“I think discussions should be internal but again, when you have a democratic culture, it is always very hard to impose a gag order...

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