Sabah PKR Wanita chief Christina Liew has today joined vice-president Jeffrey Kitingan in quitting the party post, dealing yet another blow to the opposition.

Her resignation on Wednesday came less then 12 hours after Datuk Dr Jeffrey Kitingan quit as PKR vice-president.

Liew remains a PKR member and Kota Kinabalu division chief.

When contacted Liew, who also heads the party’s Kota Kinabalu division, said her resignation from the supreme council was due to her disappointment with PKR.

“I have worked very hard in promoting PKR over the past nine years. Since the party has disregarded my contributions, I will bow out with dignity,” she said.

Liew said she could not understand why she was replaced by Datuk Kong Hong Ming as PKR liaison deputy chairman, adding that she considered the move as a “public humiliation.”

She said she had always believed in fairness and transparency in PKR until the appointment of Kong and more recently the promotion state liaison secretary Ahmad Tamrin Zaini as state party chief replacing Azmin Ali.

In announcing his resignation as PKR vice president late Tuesday, Dr Jeffrey said the move came about as he had lost confidence in the party leadership’s decision making process in terms of decisions affecting Sabah.

He said there was no seriousness on the part of the party leadership in taking the views of Sabah PKR leaders.

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