Focus on economy, not power


Jahabar Sadiq

Since Pakatan Harapan came into power, the coalition is still beset with talk of power transfer and infighting instead of working to fulfil its election manifesto. – The Malaysian Insight file pic, February 23, 2020.

THE Klang Valley is gripped with speculation of changes in political alignment, two days after Pakatan Harapan (PH) agreed that Dr Mahathir Mohamad can remain as prime minister until he deems fit to leave after the Kuala Lumpur Apec Summit.

Dr Mahathir’s Bersatu leadership is meeting at its Petaling Jaya headquarters while PKR deputy president Mohamed Azmin Ali’s faction is holed up at the nearby Sheraton Hotel.


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  • Today is just a sandiwara to scare Anwar. Zuraidahs disciplinary hearing is coming up on 25th February. Azmin just wants to scuttle Anwar of what can happen if Zuraidah is removed. Nothing is going to happen today..the reporters should just go back home and enjoy their weekend.

    Posted 6 months ago by Elyse Gim

  • Agreed. As the cliche goes, when the elephants fight, the grass below them gets trampled on and dies. Can there not be a consensual collective vision to propel the country out of its quagmire??

    Posted 6 months ago by Eugene Anthony