A long runway for reforms

GE16 will be a severe test for the unity government as the likelihood of Perikatan gaining further ground and winning GE16 cannot be discounted. — Bernama

SEEMS like yesterday, but the results of the six state elections held last week remain on investors’ minds and various theories have been brought forward as to what lies for Malaysia over the next four years or so before we go to the polls again in the 16th General Election (GE16).

The current 15th Parliament session will automatically dissolve on Dec 19, 2027 and GE16 must be held within 60 days from this date.

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