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IT WAS December 2014, and I was on holiday with my family in Sri Lanka.
AFTER my last column, I was asked by friends and colleagues how can Pakatan Harapan turn its political fortunes around.
IT HAS been a whirlwind September for most Malaysians. We have had three long weekends in a row, celebrated the coronation of our much-beloved King, followed by Malaysia Day and grappling with the haze situation once again, which only going to get worse – according to the experts.
Some months before the last general election, I attended an intimate dialogue organised by a friend who is also a public policy specialist.
As I write this column, I am travelling on a train from Paris to Amsterdam. One of the things I enjoy the most in my post-political life is being to travel freely without having to worry about a phone call with a complaint that a house has burnt down or there is a flood somewhere.