Parti Keadilan Rakyat (PKR) will send 43 delegates and 63 observers to this year party’s national congress to be held at stadium Malawati Selangor starting Friday.
Dominique Ng with PKR Advisor Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim during his
visit to Kuching KMC flat – a residential area recently
PKR Sarawak liasion chief Dominique Ng said this is so far the biggest number of delegates
they send to the party national congress reported Borneo Post on Friday.
“We are very excited about it as more than 10,000 people including delegates from all states, Pakatan Rakyat leaders, foreign observers and NGOs are expected to be at the congress,” said Ng.
The state PKR liasion chief expect the delegates will come back from the congress to be ‘fully charged’ to take on the next state election.
“We are not interested of being an oppositon in the state but a government,” stressed Ng.
Dominique also said the admission of Gabriel Adit into PKR fold on Nov 15 undoubtly has boosted the state PKR especially among the Dayaks.
Another PKR leader, the state PKR advisor Wan Zainal Abidin Wan Senusi said he was confident that the political tsunami that swept peninsular Malaysia last March 8, would reach the shores of Sarawak comes next state election.
Founded 10 years ago, PKR is no longer just about one MP (Member of Parliament) party. This year party congress will be attended by 31 MPs and 40 state assemblymen a state under their control.