High Court allows PRM to continue


Parti Rakyat Malaysia has won a decision at the High Court in Jalan Duta today against its dissolution.

Eight former PRM members who are now PKR leaders were seeking to dissolve the party.

In the end, the judge ruled in PRM’s favour.

According to a PRM leader, Rohana Ariffin, there were no provisions in the party’s constitution governing dissolution. Thus, she said, the court held that the Societies Act applies – in which case, the party should have convened a final congress to obtain its members’ approval for the dissolution of the party. This, she said, was not done.

So, for now, PRM still survives as a party.

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Kris Khaira
18 Jul 2009 1.44am

Political plurality is good for democracy. PRM, PSM and other parties will help keep BN and PR in check.

17 Jul 2009 1.00pm

Forget about PR and BN.Lets us all malaysian vote Party Rakyat Malaysia in 13th GE.

16 Jul 2009 11.04pm

I dont see any posting about the outrageous actions of the two muslims who spyed on the catholic church and desecrated the holy communion?