It’s not about GE15’s date, it’s about holding power.
As various parties and factions fight over the date of the next general election, it’s difficult to sort the real battles from the posturing.
It looks like when the 15th General Election will be called will come down to a battle of wills between just two men.
With Umno pushing hard to hold a general election as soon as possible, what political scenarios will play out? Here are some possibilities.
Politicians living in glass houses can’t afford to cast aspersions when one of their number is jailed.
After weeks of talk saying the general election is imminent, suddenly, the brakes have been put on, it seems. On to Plan B?
Look to Sabah and Sarawak to be the kingmakers in the Malaysia’s next general election.
It will be expensive and complex, but Malaysia can confidently win against the arbitration’s ruling on the Sulu claim.
IT takes two to tango, as the saying goes.
Politicians on both sides of the divide need to stop trying to score points by exploiting what is a serious legal matter.
From being cordial allies, these two parties have descended to calling each other unprincipled.
A crucial decision about one party’s internal elections could have an effect on when the next General Election will be held.
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