Permanent chairman among 100 Port Dickson AMK members quitting PKR

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PORT DICKSON, July 11 — Nearly 100 Port Dickson AMK (Angkatan Muda Keadilan) members including its permanent chairman, secretary, and all 15 committee members today, announced they were quitting the party.

Permanent chairman Amirudin Abdul Wahab said the move was taken as the group was disappointed with the party’s narrow political goals.


“The party is even willing to sack or suspend loyal and dedicated party members over small matters, only because they have differing points of view.

He said members were supposed to go along with the party’s obsession with Anwar becoming the next Prime Minister and those who disagree would be sacked.

“The reform agenda and championing the people are topics which are getting less attention but instead labeling and attacking one another will be the topic of discussion, just because some have different views on the issue about Anwar becoming Prime Minister,” he said in a press conference here today.

He said the current Port Dickson Branch AMK leadership has been kept hanging after AMK chief Mohd Nazir Hamed got a no-confidence vote in the 2019 AMK Annual General Meeting while his deputy Muhammad Affandi Abd Malik and vice-chief Ammar Abd Rashid were suspended last month.

Meanwhile, Amirudin said the group fully supported the Perikatan Nasional (PN) government led by Prime Minister, Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin.


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