We need more social movements, not parties

Emmanuel Joseph

Sabah voters face a dizzying array of candidates with some seats attracting up to 11 contestants in the September 26 elections. – The Malaysian Insight pic by Hasnoor Hussain, September 16, 2020.

WITH politics in Malaysia growing increasingly complex, with various coalitions, alliances, coalitions “plus”, alliances “plus” and so on, it is difficult to keep track of who is still friends with whom, who has defected to the other side and who started another splinter party.

Two latest parties to have joined the fray, both by former Bersatu members are Pejuang, by Dr Mahathir and a yet-to-be-named youth party by Syed Saddiq Syes Abdul Rahman.

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