Some of PKR MPs involved in Sheraton Move did not sign bond [NSTTV]

KOTA KINABALU: PKR vice president Rafizi Ramli said the party will be advised on the next course of action to be taken against those who left the party during the Sheraton Move in 2020.

He was referring to the High Court decision on Friday which ordered former PKR vice-president Datuk Zuraida Kamaruddin to pay RM10 million to PKR for breaching a bond binding her to the party.

High Court Judge Datuk Akhtar Tahir, in his judgment, said the bond was valid and Zuraida's allegation in this suit was an afterthought.

However, Rafizi said some of the 10 members of parliament who deserted the party did not sign a bond.

"At the time, the group was led by Datuk Seri Mohamed Azmin Ali. Azmin himself did not want to sign, as far as I can remember. So I'm not sure how many of the 10 signed.

"I have yet to check with the secretary-general, but to my recollection, there were some who signed while others refused to do so," he said in a press conference after the 12th Malaysia Plan (12MP) midterm review engagement session at Sabah International Convention Centre here.

Rafizi, who is also the Economy Minister, also added that he was unsure whether those who refused to sign could also be sued.

"PKR lawyer William Leong will give his views to the party later on what the next action or move should be."

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