1. Three things we learnt from: A week of PKR debates  Malay Mail
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  3. PKR polls debate: Youth candidates butt heads over Harapan's 'big tent'  Malaysiakini
  4. PKR cannot afford to contest on its own in GE15, says Amirudin  Malay Mail
  5. PKR Youth chief candidate Fahmi argues 'big tent' is detrimental  Malaysiakini
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KUALA LUMPUR, May 13 — PKR, Pakatan Harapan’s biggest component in terms of membership and diversity, took the bold step of holding party polls to choose its leaders at a time when the country may also call a national election. The party that boasts a membership of more than one million is...KUALA LUMPUR, May 13 — PKR, Pakatan Harapan’s biggest component in terms of membership and diversity, took the bold step of holding party polls to choose its leaders at a time when the country may also call a national election. The party that boasts a membership of more than one million is...

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PKR Youth chief candidate Fahmi argues 'big tent' is detrimental

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PETALING JAYA (May 7): The decision on whether PKR goes solo or with the “big tent” strategy for the 15th general election (GE15) rests with the party, and not any one individual, said incumbent secretary-general Datuk Seri Saifuddin Nasution Ismail. He added the issue had never come up during any meetings involving PKR’s Central Leadership Council (MPP). “Solo or big tent? Not

Solo or ‘big tent’ for GE15? Not for us but the party to decide, says PKR sec-gen