Remedy against backdoor moves

WHILE the world has moved on from 2023 to 2024, Malaysian politics seems stuck in 2020 with the same storyline of toppling the existing government, with the latest in the series being the Dubai Move.

For almost a couple of weeks now, the Dubai Move has been a hot topic of discussion among not just political players and observers but also the general public, although the speculation started much earlier. Depending on who you talk to, there are different versions of the story.

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