Tag: PKR polls
The vice-president's posts are filled by Nurul Izzah Anwar, Xavier Jayakumar, Tian Chua and Zuraida Kamaruddin.
Unofficial results show that the majority of vice-presidents and Supreme Council members are from Mohamed Azmin Ali's camp.
Think tank, analyst say PKR members will not go against their incoming president, Anwar Ibrahim.
Rashid Din says the election committee does not take sides and that announcements are based on computer-generated results.
The former Umno Youth chief pays tribute to Rafizi Ramli in the wake of results showing the latter having lost the battle for the PKR number two post.
Azmin Ali is also said to have taken the lead in Sarawak.
Movement for Change Sarawak calls the party polls a disgrace following allegations of cheating and fighting.
However, the former Pandan MP, who is trailing party deputy president Mohamed Azmin Ali by over a thousand votes in Sabah, remains upbeat about his chances.
The PKR deputy president secured 15 divisions against Rafizi Ramli's nine.
Today, the party extended voting in Pensiangan, a division where Rafizi Ramli is said to be popular.
Pensiangan PKR member claims names of about 300 voters in his division have ended up on lists in other divisions, without their knowledge.
Unofficial results show the incumbent deputy president the winner in all divisions in Selangor which voted today.
The former number two blames media for over-reporting on issues plaguing party elections.
PKR says this could be due to members not being familiar with the top leadership.
He says he has campaigned with limited resources and without a government post.
The man is head of a new NGO to assist stateless people in Sabah.
The party elections in the state were cancelled over problems during polling day.
PKR secretary-general Saifuddin Nasution says there is no need to revert to paper ballots as the problem only occurred in two states.
Defence ministry says they view seriously accusations that armed forces personnel were actively participating in politics.
The PKR vice-president calls for an inquiry to investigate all possible flaws, loopholes and weaknesses in the party polls.
Long queues and allegations of cheating caused disturbances during the voting process for three divisions in Selangor.
He claims to have obtained more than half of the votes from some 46,000 PKR members in the two states.
Christina Liew says allegations and rumours are the norm during party elections and that she is glad her political secretary has been cleared of involvement in the rape of two Indonesian women.
The PKR vice-president hopeful says she will meet the party's central election committee tomorrow to iron out the issue.
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