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Do PKR leaders support the idea of a youth leader?
After the elections for Parti Keadilan Rakyat (PKR) top tier positions this week, some party members are accused of fraud in their defeats Some members, like Tian Chua, had alleged that glitches, negligence by election workers or election workers helped certain candidates which led to his defeat.
Former Perak PKR Chief, Farhash Wafa Salvador Rizal Mubarak had also brought up similar allegations in a bid to claim his victory.
If politicians within the party are to continue accusing party members of fraud, disunity will form and damage the party as they enter the 15th General Election.
This was proven with the coalition that was formed for GE 14 as values and principles were misaligned.
PKR veteran members will need to lower their egos and look at their position objectively to contribute meaningfully to the party.
The new blood like Prabakaran Parameswaran, Member of Parliament of Batu, needs to receive the support and mentorship of more experienced politicians to survive the political arena.
The youth is the future and it is time for politicians to live up to their words instead of smearing the victory of others.
-THE MALAYSIA VOICE