KUALA LUMPUR: Deputy Prime Minister and PKR chairman Datuk Seri Dr. Wan Azizah Wan Ismail reiterated today that there was no plot in the game to prevent President-elect Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim from becoming the next prime minister.
She also rejected the possibility that there were parties in the party.
"Crumbling plots? None, it's nonsense," she said when asked if she knew about a plot to frustrate Anwar's attempt to become the eighth prime minister after Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad.
Dr. Wan Azizah was asked the question after she had performed the Aidiladha prayers at Surau Al-Falah Taman Cempaka in Pandan, nearby.
Last Monday, Sungai Siput MP S. Kesavan, who disputes one of the vice president's posts at the PKR election, questioned loyalty to Anwar of PKR Vice President and Minister of Economic Affairs Datuk Seri Mohamed Azmin Ali.
Kesavan had said that he was not convinced that Mohamed Azmin, who defends the position of deputy president in the elections, really wanted Anwar to be the next prime minister because he (Mohamed Azmin) allegedly had not mentioned his support for Anwar .
In another case, Dr Wan Azizah denied that the new PKR ruling that prohibited the party's election candidates from "ceramah & # 39; (reading) and guest festivals for more than 100 guests, only applicable to certain persons.
She said that the verdict was applicable to all candidates.
"It's for all candidates, it's fair to everyone," she said.
A portal reported that PKR had introduced a number of tight rules for the party's election candidates.
The PKR 2018 elections are scheduled for the period from 14 September to 13 October.
Dr. Wan Azizah, who is a member of parliament for Pandan, urged all Malaysians to come together to help the government develop the country further.
"We must make this a successful government after 61 years and I ask all Malaysians to come together to steer the country in the right direction," she said. – Bernama