Bersatu disciplinary board given one month to review complaints

Hariz Mohd


A Bersatu state leader today pushed the party's disciplinary board to quickly review complaints made against individuals who called for a supreme council meeting on May 11. The meeting was alleged to be invalid.

Kedah Bersatu deputy chief Anuar Abdul Hamid said he hopes the board would review complaints lodged by six party members with more urgency.

"Today, we received a reply from the board's legal counsels saying...

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