Anwar and Zaid”Significant Announcements..?”

Natasha received a message from her former colleague telling her that “Tomorrow there might see some fireworks in PKR. Anwar will address a rally while Zaid will have a PC. Article will be up later.” 

WILL IT BE SOMETHING SIGNIFICANT? 

We reposts the article for the benefit of all:-

PKR de facto leader Anwar Ibrahim is scheduled to hold a rally at the Shah Alam City Council (MBSA) auditorium tomorrow where he is expected to speak on the latest developments in the party.

NONEAccording to one of his aides, Anwar (right) is expected to touch on the need to close ranks, on the eve of the final round of voting by party divisions.

“The party has undergone a lot of criticism. I believe he will address this and the need for the party to strengthen itself,” said the aide.

Last week, PKR vice-president Azmin Ali announced that Anwar will be delivering a “special address” at tomorrow’s event to explain the latest developments within the party.

The party has been in a state of disquiet and assaulted by public criticism over the tussle for the party deputy presidency, involving Azmin, Mustaffa Kamil Ayub and Zaid Ibrahim.

Even before accepting nominations, Zaid has been accusing party leaders of conspiring against him and being a victim of their smear campaign.

After two weekends of polling Zaid was just a tad behind Azmin but declared his withdrawal from the contest because of widespread “malpractise and electoral fraud”, without formally writing in on the decision.

He also placed the blame for the situation on Anwar and Azmin and urged them to step down.

Zaid to explain resignation from PKR

Anwar had mostly stayed away from the fray until today, when he insinuated that Zaid had failed to serve the party despite the amount of special privileges heaped on him as a new member.

NONEZaid’s (left) theatrics have attracted strong criticism against the PKR which has repeatedly denied malpractices in the elections while urging detractors to back their allegations with proof.

Meanwhile, Zaid is scheduled to hold a press conference tomorrow at 10.30am at his residence to explain his decision to quit PKR.

Over the next few weeks, he is expected to hold a series of private meetings with supporters across the country.

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7 thoughts on “Anwar and Zaid”Significant Announcements..?”

  1. Ho :roll: Ho :roll: Ho :roll:
    :roll: Ai yo yoyoyo zaid ah!!! Why you are such a looser :?: you are in politics n not in QUITTER zone la!!! If you really use your HEART n LOVE the party! then for sure you will not simply QUIT la n don’t talk BULLSHIT to all ‘RAKYAT’ la !!!! Just look at how ‘Kuli’ loves his party umno n he never QUIT bcoz of true love for his party!!! Shame on you la zaid !!!!
    Ho :roll: Ho :roll: Ho :roll:

  2. Kenapa tajuk ini hanya menarik perhatian 2 pembaca sahaja ?.Di mana kekurangan dan salahnya ?.Didapati popularitinya semakin merosak.Audie 61 serta rakan-rakan haruslah tingkatkan usaha mereka.

  3. By Mariam Mokhtar

    If Malaysians need reminding, it is not Pakatan which wields the ISA stick to silence us into submission. It is not Pakatan which has policies which alienates its people into clear divisions of race and religion. It is not Pakatan which arrests people for drawing cartoons, for wearing black or for lighting candles in a mark of solidarity.

    Anwar may not be perfect (but who is?) and was it not Anwar who energised the movement for reform and inspired a country hungry for change? Did he not lead Malaysians in the ‘political tsunami’ of 8 March? Was it not his efforts that enabled us to get a foot in the Putrajaya door? Are we to abandon all of Anwar’s inroads and be led astray by the childish retort of a man who seems on a vengeful vendetta?

    Malaysians can rest assured that Pakatan is still the country’s most viable political party to wrest control from BN. It is not a question of ‘if’, it’s a question of ‘when’.

    Which other party can help restore our basic civil liberties, freedom and rights? Maybe it is time more of us start getting involved by taking some interest in the future of Malaysia. The opposition can only be as strong as its component members.

    Events on 8 March showed that Malaysians were capable of deciding what sort of future they want for themselves. They have survived the first hurdle, the next one may be around the corner and this is no time to be disunited. It is time we regrouped and prepared ourselves for the most important change making decision in our lives. – MM

    MALAYSIANS HOPING FOR CHANGE AND SEEKING AN END TO UMNO HAGEMONY WILL NOT BE DETERED BY THE MANY OBSTACLES, SETBACKS AND NOT EVEN OPPRESSIONS FROM UMNO CONTROLLED BN.

    WE SHALL BE UNITED AND STAND BY PAKATAN TO DEAFEAT A HIGHLY CORRUPTED AND AUTHORITARIAN REGIME LED BY NAJIB.

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  4. The eralier this Zaid gone the better, does he need a broom to wave him off board, trouble maker

    Hope he start a new party and wish him good luck, let see what he can do better

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