Political problems require political solutions


Emmanuel Joseph

Almost a year on, the state of local politics under the Perikatan Nasional administration appears even less stable than under the Pakatan Harapan government. – The Malaysian Insight file pic, February 24, 2021.

IN a week’s time, the Perikatan Nasional (PN) government will mark its first year in power, but on the political front, it does not seem to have much cause to celebrate.

Twelve months on, the state of politics in Malaysia appears even less stable than it was under Pakatan Harapan (PH), which is deeply ironic, as political instability was one of the key factors cited for the Sheraton Move in the first place.


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  • Let's wait and be patient. We are still fighting the pandemic threat. The GE will definitely kicks off once the pandemic is over and Emergency lifted. What we are concerned now is not unruly politicking but the recovery of country's economy and well being of the rakyat..

    Posted 1 month ago by SYED ABDULLAH BIN MOHAMED