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PETALING JAYA: PKR vice-pres­i­dent Mohd Rafizi Ramli said prob­lems in the on­go­ing PKR party elec­tions in Sabah had re­cently cost him 3,000 votes. Mohd Rafizi is chal­leng­ing Datuk Seri Mo­hamed Azmin Ali for the po­si­tion of party deputy pres­i­dent. In a Face­book post yes­ter­day, Rafizi said two di­vi­sions – Pen­sian­gan and Keningau – could have given him a win­ning edge “...if the vot­ing process was done suc­cess­fully and not sab­o­taged by var­i­ous is­sues (dis­ar­rayed polling hall, no In­ter­net con­nec­tion, in­suf­fi­cient QR ma­chine code and tablets)”. “I urge for #Re­for­masi20Tahun sup­port­ers not to worry even if the sit­u­a­tion seems that we have lost in Sabah,” the for­mer Pan­dan MP said.

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