Anwar leaves home, expected to attend meeting with BN leadership

NUR IFTITAH ROZLAN
NUR IFTITAH ROZLAN
21 Nov 2022 10:18am
Anwar seen leaving his home at 10.05am.
Anwar seen leaving his home at 10.05am.
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KUALA LUMPUR - A black BMW vehicle is seen bringing the Pakatan Harapan (PH) chairman Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim and leaving his home premises at 10.04am.

When asked where he was headed, he briefly replied, “sightseeing”.

It was understood that a meeting between PH and BN leaders would take place at 10am at a hotel in the capital on Monday.

The report of a news portal stated several sources from the coalition confirmed that there would be a meeting this morning but refused to reveal the purpose behind the meeting.

Based on the official results of the 15th General Election (GE15) there were no party that could create a simple majority of 50 per cent of 219 Parliamentary seats contested to form the government.

Anwar stated that PH had the majority to form the Federal government.

The Parti Keadilan Rakyat (PKR) president was confident he would be given a chance to become prime minister.

The Election Commission (EC) through a statement on Sunday revealed that PH had won 82 Parliament seats in GE15.

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