Yenny Wahid: Cak Imin can only usurp someone else’s party

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Yenny Wahid
Yenny Wahid, daughter of former president Abdurrahman “Gus Dur” Wahid. (IO/Albrianso Wayapen)

Jakarta, IO – Yenny Wahid, the daughter of the 4th President of the Republic of Indonesia Abdurrahman “Gus Dur” Wahid said PKB chairman Muhaimin “Cak Imin” Iskandar could only wrest control of someone else’s party and could not create his own in response to Cak Imin’s swipe that she is not a cadre or part of PKB.

“Cak Imin doesn’t necessarily know how to build his own party. He can only take someone else’s party. Peace, Cak,” wrote Yenny Wahid on her personal Twitter account @yennywahid, as per Detik, Thursday (23/6).

According to Yenny, she is still part of PKB, but of Gus Dur’s version is not Cak Imin’s. Cak Imin previously mocked Yenny Wahid by saying that she had failed to form a party but still wanted to interfere in PKB’s internal affairs.