BN Cyber troopers at work: Sin Chew Daily reported that PKR had sanctioned Rafizi Ramli on the advice of Anwar Ibrahim…

On 1 September 2017, Sinchew Daily reported that the PKR political bureau had issued a “stern verbal warning” to Rafizi, and that Rafizi risked being expelled from the party if he continued to “make noise” and be stubborn. The warning was said to have been issued on the advice of Anwar Ibrahim.

However, this was denied by PKR secretary-general Saifuddin Nasution.

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2 September 2017

Rafizi unfazed by false report, urges party to focus on GE14

PKR vice president Mohd Rafizi Ramli appears to be unfazed after being falsely accused of being disciplined by his party.

He said he is not surprised because he had faced the same situation before, whenever there is a clear disagreement within the party leadership.

“A few PKR leaders like to give the wrong impression to the media under the pretext of being ‘a source within the party’ to ensure that their view is taken as the majority view even though it contradicts what was actually discussed or decided by the political bureau or leadership council […]

“As long as these two or three political bureau members are undisciplined and feed misinformation to the media and party members, the situation would continue to become muddled.
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He warned that with the 14th general election looming, the party should be focusing on preparations to face the election instead of any political news that would not be helpful in defeating Umno and BN.

He said that in July and August, he had given political speeches 61 times in 46 marginal parliamentary and state seats nationwide, and videos of the speeches had been viewed over 1.1 million times on Facebook and on Youtube.

“I am confident that the responsibility of seeing voters on the ground and passing on information is more important than entertaining unverified news that had been invented by sources who dare not have their names published,” he said.

https://www.malaysiakini.com/news/393927

1 September 2017

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Verbal warning? Not true at all, says Rafizi

September 1, 2017
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PETALING JAYA: PKR vice-president Rafizi Ramli says it is not true the party’s political bureau gave him a verbal warning for exposing internal differences over negotiations with PAS on avoiding three-cornered fights in the coming general election.

“All of this is not true, but I will issue a full statement tomorrow,” he said in a brief message to FMT.

Rafizi said this in response to a Sin Chew Daily report, quoting a source, that the bureau gave him a stern verbal warning over his actions and statements which damaged the good name of the party.

“On the advice of Anwar Ibrahim, the party decided on only a verbal warning to Rafizi for now. If he continues to be obstinate, no one can guarantee that he won’t be expelled,” the paper quoted the source as saying.

However, PKR secretary-general Saifuddin Nasution Ismail said there was no such disciplinary action against Rafizi at the bureau’s last meeting, as reported by Sin Chew Daily.

“The report, quoting a party source, is not true,” he said in a statement.

He said PKR would not lose its focus in preparing to face the general election, and urged party members to work together to strengthen the party and not play with rumours to pit one against the other.

http://www.freemalaysiatoday.com/category/nation/2017/09/01/verbal-warning-not-true-at-all-says-rafizi/

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5m5 minutes ago

Report on PKR sanctioning Rafizi is false:sec-gen ” Beware of umno’s underHand tactics.

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Report on PKR sanctioning Rafizi is false, says sec-gen

PKR has denied a news report which claimed that the party had reprimanded its vice-president Rafizi Ramli for making statements that were detrimental to the party.

In a statement today, PKR secretary-general Saifuddin Nasution said that the report, which quoted anonymous sources, was not true.

“I urge the press to approach official sources for their stories. No disciplinary cases were brought the party’s disciplinary committee during the last political bureau meeting.

“PKR will not lose focus from its general election preparations and I urge all party members to unite and strengthen the party.

“Don’t be swayed by rumour mongers who are out to turn us against each other,” he said.

According to the report by Sin Chew Daily today, the political bureau had acted on PKR de facto leader Anwar Ibrahim’s order in issuing a “stern verbal warning” to Rafizi.

Rafizi not at meeting

The report also claimed that Rafizi risked being expelled if he continued to “make noise.”

However, the report did not address the fact that Rafizi was not present during the political bureau meeting on Aug 29.

Citing sources, the Sin Chew Daily report said Azmin had been instructed by Anwar to continue talks with PAS to forge an electoral pact to ensure straight fights between the opposition and BN.

This, claimed the report, was supported by the majority of political bureau members.

https://www.malaysiakini.com/news/393861

PKR political bureau gives verbal warning to Rafizi, says report

September 1, 2017

Sin Chew Daily reports that the warning was issued on the advice of Anwar Ibrahim but Rafizi could face expulsion if he continues to be obstinate.
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PETALING JAYA: The PKR political bureau is reported to have given a verbal warning to vice- president Rafizi Ramli for making public the internal bickering in the party over the issue of negotiating an electoral pact with PAS.

Sin Chew Daily, quoting a source, reported that the political bureau gave the stern warning to Rafizi over his actions and statements which damaged the good name of the party.

“On the advice of Anwar Ibrahim, the party decided on only a verbal warning to Rafizi for now. If he continues to be obstinate, no one can guarantee that he won’t be expelled,” the paper quoted the source as saying.

http://www.freemalaysiatoday.com/category/nation/2017/09/01/pkr-political-bureau-gives-verbal-warning-to-rafizi-says-report/

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