Dr Halili said he made the decision because PKR had far deflected from its initial struggles when he first joined and co-founded it in 1999.
“PKR is now controlled by a small group of leaders who are narrow-minded and develop leftist ideologies that Malaysians, mainly Malays, are not comfortable with,” he told a press conference here Monday.
PKR, he said, was more like a party that stressed on the importance of power and disregarded the people’s well being although it had been given the mandate to rule in a few states.
“However, the Government under the leadership of Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak has been working hard and sincere in bringing political changes in Umno and Barisan Nasional.
“This has caused me to make the decision to continue championing the people’s fate by giving my full support to him (Najib) and other leaders,” he said.
News quoted from Star Online...
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