Pakatan must reform or perish


Kenneth Cheng Chee Kin

Pakatan Harapan has not suffered just a setback but a mauling in the Malacca polls, where it was even outperformed by the relatively new Perikatan Nasional. – The Malaysian Insight file pic, November 28, 2021.

THERE is nothing undemocratic nor undignified about calling for the resignation of the leader of a political party after he has performed woefully in an election.

This is, after all, the standard by which every established democracy has stood by. Defeated politicians must pave the way for successors to have a shot at winning.


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  • Many PH supporters have given up hope that PH can win the next general election if Anwar is the PM candidate. Less political donations will come in to support these parties when we see no hope in winning. Lacking a good PM candidate, lacking in good leaderships, lacking in political donations and lacking in workable strategies, trust and principles will be the death knell for PH in the next election.

    Posted 1 month ago by Elyse Gim