Another 2 abandon Bersatu for Dr Mahathir’s party


The Negri Sembilan Bersatu chairman says having another Malay-based party only serves to further split the community. – The Malaysian Insight file pic, August 9, 2020.

MORE Bersatu leaders are quitting to support former chairman Dr Mahathir Mohamad and his new party.

Supreme council member Ulya Aqamah Husamudin and Gerik youth exco chief Abu Hafiz Saleh Hudin are the latest to announce their departure from the party led by Prime Minister Muhyiddin Yassin.


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  • Another bersatu in this case berdua does not represent Malaysias future.

    Posted 6 months ago by Victor Low

  • What is the point of having a Malay united party only to unite with kleptocrats, power greedy and self serving people. Think again.

    Posted 6 months ago by Elyse Gim

  • It's a shame that after so many years of trying, Dr M still couldn't push Malaysia to a developed country.

    I have to say that the moment he resigned in end Feb, he had put Malaysians into a Dilemma.

    I don't hope to read this new book, if there's one.

    Posted 6 months ago by Tavern Folks

  • This vain dream of Malay unity is holding the country back. Accept it as an impossibility and concentrate on improving the lives of the population as a whole. It cannot be that a country can prosper if only one part of its population is favoured.

    Posted 6 months ago by Malaysia New hope

    • Good point!

      Posted 6 months ago by Tanahair Ku