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What are Anwar’s prospects now that Dr Mahathir has been officially allowed to leave his resignation date open?
THE Pakatan Harapan government is like a house of cards. It is a political structure built out of playing cards – PKR, DAP, Parti Pribumi Bersatu Malaysia and Amanah plus its ally Parti Warisan Sabah – which are precariously balanced together. Take a card out and the coalition of hope collapses.
I HAVE great respect for Lim Kit Siang. His contributions to the nation are innumerable, and his commitment to a better Malaysia is both inspiring and admirable.
THE elephant in the room in Malaysian politics right now is Pakatan Nasional.
SHAH ALAM: They have only used the Step Up pullout for a few weeks, but teachers at SK Taman Bukit Subang are already brimming with positive feedback for the Star’s English education resource.
The latest turns and twists of the Malaysian political game point at a clandestine coalition: Pakatan Nasional.
IF the Kimanis by-election was a sea battle, the fight would have been between the sinking ship of Barisan Nasional and the armada of the state government led by Parti Warisan Sabah.
KUALA LUMPUR: While PKR deputy president Datuk Seri Azmin Ali says the Kimanis loss should not be misconstrued as declining support for Pakatan Harapan, the party president wants the coalition to come out with effective ways to woo the voters over.
KUALA LUMPUR: Pakatan Harapan’s latest loss in Kimanis – the fifth in a string of losses – is putting pressure on the coalition, say analysts, pointing to underdevelopment, internal political conflict and unfulfilled manifesto as some of the reasons for their defeat.
The Peninsular Malaysia Gelombang Biru (blue wave) of Barisan Nasional swept into Sabah, delivering a victory for the opposition coalition in the Kimanis by-election.