Newly-elected PKR deputy president Azmin Ali has vowed to rid the party of “traitors” following the bruising two-month-long party election process which has soured the party's public image.
Speaking to reporters at the Parliament lobby today, Azmin (right) said the “clean-up” will begin immediately after the party's national congress on Sunday.
He urged party members to develop “principles of loyalty” to preserve thereformasi spirit and ensure that there will no longer be any treachery within PKR.
A tad too arrogant, no?
Syed Husin thinks and did say so, yes? Arrogance that is.
The true mark of a leader is to give solutions.
You do not arbitrarily impose solutions until you know the cause of the problem in PKR.
It is a known fact that the whole and probably only cause of the problem is the suspicious election process that accumulated more than 160 complaints.
The attendant infighting and back stabbing are the symptoms of the problem.
It is a known fact that the recently run elections nurtured and was the breeding grounds of “traitors” within PKR.
It is a known fact that Azmin’s victory was a hollow victory because approximately only 8-10% of the nearly 400,000 members. Is that a satisfactory mandate to scour for “traitors”?
It is time to clean house, as the party image has been bastardized rather than soured by the chicanery exposed.
It is time to heal!
This is not the time to “KILL!”