Everyone in PKR is talking about Azmin, except Azmin

PKR is the comedy circus that’s backbone to Malaysia Baru. Source (pic): TTF

Earlier today, PKR youth chief Akmal Nasrullah Mohd Nasir said the call for Azmin to officiate the party’s youth convention on the 6th of December, made yesterday by Muhammad Hilman Idham, was not the official stand of the youth wing

According to Akmal, Hilman’s call was misleading as the meeting he mentioned was not attended by top exco members.

Yesterday, four MPs from PKR Sarawak led by Baru Bian held a press conference together with 18 party division chiefs and 10 leadership council members.

The group had previously expressed displeasure at the party’s central leadership for cancelling an invitation requiring Azmin to officiate a youth wing congress in his capacity as party deputy president.


One minute, it’s Dato’ Seri Azmin Ali. Next minute, it’s not. Then, it’s Azmin all over again.

Now, it’s not.




Earlier today, PKR youth chief Akmal Nasrullah Mohd Nasir said the call for Azmin to officiate the party’s youth convention on the 6th of December, made yesterday by Muhammad Hilman Idham, was not the official stand of the youth wing

According to Akmal, Hilman’s call was misleading as the meeting he mentioned was not attended by top exco members.

“If you want to do a meeting, prior notice of two weeks must be issued by the secretary.

“The quorum must also be complete. To make it sound as if it was an official youth wing meeting is false,” he reportedly said at Parliament lobby

Yesterday, Hilman said that the PKR Youth National Convention in Melaka would be officiated by Azmin, in the name of “upholding tradition”.

Hilman also claimed he had the support of the majority of elected youth leaders nationwide, adding that he would move all youth delegates from branches and divisions to attend the convention together with the Women’s National Convention.

Akmal then stressed that Deputy Prime Minister and PKR advisory council chairman Datuk Seri Dr Wan Azizah Wan Ismail would be the one to officiate the national youth convention.

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“There are no changes. This was raised during the central political bureau meeting on Wednesday (Nov 20) and they took it as a call made at the youth wing level,” he said.

The issue courted controversy following a backlash from PKR Sarawak which openly stated its support for Azmin and delivered an ultimatum to the party’s national leadership.

Yesterday, four MPs from PKR Sarawak led by Baru Bian held a press conference together with 18 party division chiefs and 10 leadership council members.

The group had previously expressed displeasure at the party’s central leadership for cancelling an invitation requiring Azmin to officiate a youth wing congress in his capacity as party deputy president.

On the 14thof November, Azmin spoke of hidden hands that wanted to prevent him from speaking out at the national-level congress.

The next day, Bian joined seven others in signing a statement telling the party’s “top national leaders” to listen to members or forget about holding a convention in Sarawak.

Bian and his team are crying foul as the congress has traditionally been officiated by the party’s deputy president, not the country’s Deputy Prime Minister.

The whole issue has practically turned PKR upside down, which is ironical, given that an issue so simple as to who gets to officiate the party’s youth convention has everyone up in arms and at each other’s throats.

The best part is, everyone is fighting over the status of a man who doesn’t seem to give a damn what goes on and is seen doing the least talking.

RJ RITHAUDEEN



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