Anwar says ‘no’ to Dr Mahathir

Obsessive campaign: Dr Mahathir has climbed on the Pakatan Harapan platform to push his anti-Najib agenda but Anwar

Politicians from the opposition coalition are starting to find out just how troublesome it can be to ride the tiger; even if it is an old tiger named Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad.

IT was a slim and rather dapper Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim who appeared in court earlier this month. He must have lost at least 10kg since his imprisonment and that has changed the shape of his face.

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