POLITICALLY FRANK: Anwar on why he didn't go for Najib's jugular, his aspirations for M'sians

MINDERJEET KAUR
MINDERJEET KAUR
27 May 2022 09:00am
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PETALING JAYA - Opposition leader Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim has seen it all.

From being thrown into jail to the black-eye assault in 1998, setting up one of the most successful multi-racial party in the country, and instilling the need for reforms to Malaysia’s perennial Prime Minister-in-waiting.

He has experienced it all except that he is still prime minister-in-waiting.

He shares with Sinar Daily Politically Frank segment his reasons for not becoming the prime minister, further calling all Malaysians to unite to fight against racial rhetorics, religious bigotry and the corrupted system.

He says: "I will continue to stick by my principles to fight against the corrupt and projects that favour the elites at the expense of the poor".
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