Perikatan or Pakatan, either a slow death for Bersatu, say analysts

Sheridan Mahavera

Analysts predict the demise of Bersatu barely four years after its inception, as the party continues to tear itself apart with coalitions on both sides of the house unwilling to compromise. – The Malaysian Insight file pic, June 4, 2020.

AFTER its role in the Sheraton Move, Bersatu will likely die a slow death, whether it stays in Perikatan Nasional (PN) or returns to Pakatan Harapan (PH), said political analysts.

The crisis-ridden Malay party could have a slim chance of survival in PN because they are still in the federal government and are able to gain popular support.

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  • Biawak hidup

    Posted 3 years ago by Sameon says...

  • If I were MY I'd leave with dignity. Apa lagi say mahu? Clean Malaysia from all kleptomaniacs. Leave with maruah

    Posted 3 years ago by Zainuddin Yusoff

  • It really shows a cow is a cow. The stupid part will be known soon. Similarly, those who love backdoor entry will always love the backway but did they realize they also can far, despite hurting and down, the PH team has held on honorably as a team without infighting. Although some egoist loud mouth MPs have to wake up and change (go learn some tactics to be EI ) if they ever get another chance of being the government.

    Its a blessing the prime traitors have shown their dirty hands and now their dirty hands can be "chopped" off anytime. Who is afraid of traitors they know? It's the hidden traitors you are afraid most.

    Posted 3 years ago by Concerned Citizen