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The twists and turns of Malaysian politics sometimes seem to come straight out of the complicated Star Wars franchise playbook.
KOTA KINABALU: Detecting extremists passing through Sabah, who move under the guise of ordinary “migrants” between Indonesia and the Philippines, has been keeping security forces on their toes.
Just as Umno was divided over a Bersatu Prime Minister, will the new Umno PM divide Bersatu?
THE preferred route for Indonesian militants to enter the southern Philippines is through Sabah.
Enforcement agencies are on guard against the state being used as a transit point by radical groups with close family ties across the region.
After the recent tussle over who would be the Opposition’s candidate for Prime Minister, and then seeing their choice lose, how fares the coalition?
Or how the Opposition’s fuzzy logic lost them the top spot.
In the game of political numbers, there is a possibility that no MP will be able to get the support of at least 111 parliamentarians to be prime minister.
PETALING JAYA: The race is on for politicians to forge a coalition with 111 MPs, the minimum number required to form the next government.