From a party formed of street protests to one with the most number of MPs in Parliament, Parti Keadilan Rakyat (PKR) is finally coming into its own in Malaysian politics after nearly 20 years in opposition.
Its president-elect Anwar Ibrahim will run tomorrow in the Port Dickson by-election that is expected to return him to Parliament, and mark his eventual ascent to the post of prime minister.
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