Anwar Admits Crisis Exists In Opposition Pact

(Bernama) — Parti Keadilan Rakyat (PKR) advisor Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim Sunday admitted that a crisis exists among parties in the opposition pact on the ground due to their political differences.

“In the opposition pact, it is understandable that not all parties will agree with each other. In PKR, we will find a crisis even at the branch level.

“If they feel that they cannot agree with something, they will get angry and act like they are ready to launch a war.

“I would like to remind those on the ground that we have our own channel to voice our opinion,” he said when opening the Kelantan PKR Convention here today.

Anwar said the dispute among PKR leaders on the ground would also prompt them to turn their backs on other parties in the opposition pact.

He expressed disappointment with certain quarters in PKR who sensationalised their dissatisfaction in the media as it would only jeopardise ties among opposition parties.