Warning: Dangerous political waters ahead

Connecting: Anwar signing a Malaysia Day book at an event in Sarawak, witnessed by Abang Johari (left) and Sabah Chief Minister Datuk Seri Hajiji Noor. The PM is engaging much more than previous PMs with Sabah and Sarawak as the two states are key to the stability of the Federal Government. — ZULAZHAR SHEBLEE/The Star

From a PM who’s resolute about fighting on, to a veteran pol who might have been stirred into action by recent strikes against him, 2024 is set to be a turbulent year for politics in the country.

IF you thought 2023 was the ultimate when it came to cloak-and-dagger politics, think again. Next year – beginning tomorrow – is likely to be even more dangerous.

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