Azmin addresses thousands of supporters from PKR in Kuala Lumpur

In his speech, Azmin made note of how PKR was bigger than individuals and how Anwar’s camp comprised blind fanatics whose sole focus was political intrigues. Source (pic): FMT

Datuk Seri Azmin Ali delivered a scathing speech Today at a dinner event attended by thousands of his supporters from PKR.

The event, which coincides with the closing of PKR’s national congress in Melaka, saw Azmin do a briefing regarding the about the government’s Shared Prosperity Vision 2030. Dato’ Seri Anwar Ibrahim was invited to attend but did not turn up.

Azmin, who is the deputy president of PKR, went on to accuse Anwar of hypocrisy, dynastic politics and displaying a temperament similar to that of a dictator by refusing to accommodate views that differ from his own.

The fact that the dinner was organised at the Renaissance Hotel in Kuala Lumpur is historic, as not only was PKR founded there, the massive turnout in Azmin’s favour symbolised the party’s ‘rebirth’ in terms of spirit where leaders and members alike seem ready to embrace a new beginning without Anwar at the helm.


PETALING JAYA: Datuk Seri Azmin Ali delivered a scathing speech Today at a dinner event attended by thousands of his supporters from PKR.

The event, which coincides with the closing of PKR’s national congress in Melaka,  saw Azmin do a briefing regarding the about the government’s Shared Prosperity Vision 2030. Dato’ Seri Anwar Ibrahim was invited to attend but did not turn up.




In his speech, Azmin made note of how PKR was bigger than individuals and how Anwar’s camp comprised blind fanatics whose sole focus was political intrigues.

“In April 1999, I was here together with many others in this very hall to discuss what would later become the People’s Justice Party,” he said, referring to PKR.

“But 20 years, later I am called a traitor. What has happened to PKR, ladies and gentlemen?

“Yet I don’t want to claim credit because the party was built by you all… this party wasn’t built by one person, or a single family, but by Malaysians,” he added.

The Renaissance Hotel where the dinner was held is where PKR was founded.

Azmin, who is the deputy president of PKR, went on to accuse Anwar of hypocrisy, dynastic politics and displaying a temperament similar to that of a dictator by refusing to accommodate views that differ from his own.

The fact that the dinner was organised at the Renaissance Hotel in Kuala Lumpur is historic, as not only was PKR founded there, the massive turnout in Azmin’s favour symbolised the party’s ‘rebirth’ in terms of spirit where leaders and members alike seem ready to embrace a new beginning without Anwar at the helm.

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As if that isn’t indicative enough of Azmin’s control over PKR, yesterday, he led more than two thirds of PKR’s high command and hundreds others out of a conference hall where the party congress was ongoing.

The mass walkout, as it is being referred to, was in direct protest of Anwar’s speech which Azmin insists was in violation of a ceasefire agreement the duo had undertaken to honour late Wednesday night.

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