KOTA BHARU: PKR will implement a five-year plan from this year to strengthen the party and its machinery in Kelantan and Terengganu.
PKR deputy president Rafizi Ramli said the plan needed to be implemented well, with each division leader and member having their respective responsibilities to reach out to the local community.
“The voters need the confidence to be with PKR, which they will see through our presence and service quality.
“Therefore, we have three weeks to scrutinise and discuss this with the party’s top leadership.
“This five-year plan is expected to be launched at the end of February,” he told reporters after officiating the Kelantan PKR election convention here today.
Also present was the party’s leadership council chairman for Kelantan and Terengganu Nik Nazmi Nik Ahmad and PKR Youth chief Adam Adli.
Rafizi, who is also economic affairs minister, hoped that all PKR members in both states would take the opportunity to work together to ensure the party continued to be accepted by the community.
On a separate matter, Rafizi said the PKR cooperative was also expected to be launched next month, but this was subject to approval from the Malaysian Cooperative Commission.