It seems that the negative press for PKR doesn’t stop coming. Something bad is written about them nearly everyday now, and not just in the BN-controlled mainstream media.
KUALA LUMPUR, Oct 14 — PKR supreme council member N. Gobalakrishnan threatened to quit the party today, alleging that party vice-president Azmin Ali and several top leaders had formed a “cartel” to tamper with the party elections.
The PKR fanboys will undoubted say that this is normal in a democracy, or even launch personal attacks on Gobalakrishnan claiming that he is a mole or “Trojan Horse” or traitor.
But my father used to say, “There won’t be smoke if they isn’t a fire somewhere”.
Somewhere, something in PKR is burning. Could it be democracy?
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