Pakatan should use its pre-election advantage

Emmanuel Joseph

With no official ties other than a soon-to-expire MOU, Pakatan Harapan can offer themselves as a more established alliance—one robbed of their democratic right to rule after winning an election fair and square. – The Malaysian Insight file pic, September 7, 2022.

THE guessing game on when the general elections will take place is ongoing, with the confusing relationship between Perikatan Nasional (PN) and Barisan Nasional (BN) still in limbo.  

It is obvious that we are headed into a royal battle between these two nominally multiracial coalitions, each with a strong Malay party behind them – PAS and UMNO, respectively.  

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