Post-election Constitutional issues

MOST political commentators agree that the 15th General Election on Nov 19 is so laden with uncertainties that the final outcome is difficult to predict.

Politically, no faction appears to be a clear favourite. It is not known whether the three largest coalitions – Barisan Nasional, Pakatan Harapan and Perikatan Nasional – are really going it alone or have made discreet arrangements with adversaries for pre- or post-election cooperation.

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