The decision of the central election committee of the PKR party has been accepted by the Political Bureau of PKR about the discrepancies. The decision that has been accepted by the Political Bureau of PKR is that there will be no discrepancies in the results from the state divisions of Pensiangan, Tawau, and Julau. The communications director of PKR, Fahmi Fadzil said in this context that the party will still continue to cooperate with any enforcement agency which is investigating the party polls that have messed up for the post of the deputy president of PKR.
Fahmi Fadzil also said that the party will continue to give full support to most of the enforcement agencies which includes the police, the Malaysian Communications and Multimedia Commission, and the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission, who has the responsibility to conduct investigating on the elections for the party.
It has also been instructed by the Political Bureau that the central election committee of PKR must try to resolve the vote disputes as quickly as possible for the divisions that are related by calling the representatives of the two candidates for the post of the deputy president so that they can observe the whole process. PKR will also announce the appointment of an independent audit firm shortly in the near future so that they can audit the entire process of the election.