Teaming up with ex-foes to make sens

POLITICS make strange bedfellows. In unveiling his council of eminent persons to help advise the Govern­ment during the first 100 days, Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad will team up with some of his critics during his past tenure as Prime Minister.

Until yesterday, nobody would have imagined that Dr Mahathir and the likes of businessman Robert Kuok and prominent economist Prof Dr Jomo Kwame Sundaram sitting together discussing how best to shape the economy under Paka­tan Harapan.

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