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Rumors of coup to overthrow Wan Azizah emerge as Selangor MB supporters call for emergency PKR meeting | Malaysia Today

6.10.15

Rumors of coup to overthrow Wan Azizah emerge as Selangor MB supporters call for emergency PKR meeting | Malaysia Today: Writing in his blog over the weekend, Chegubard or Badrul Hisham Shahrin alleges that a “coup de’etat” is in the works by the Selangor MB’s supporters to oust Datuk Seri Dr Wan Azizah as PKR president.

“This is a coup de’etat and a no-confidence motion plot hatched by Azmin’s supporters since Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim was imprisoned.

“Imagine if the Supreme Council were to make a ‘u-turn’ in its stance in Pakatan Harapan – how would Wan Azizah explain the sudden reversal without losing credibility?

“She had called for the press conference and made the announcement. If it emerges that her own PKR party members are not in agreement, how would it look? This is clearly an attempt by Azmin’s camp to move a no-confidence vote against Wan Azizah.”


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