Muda perfectly entitled to clash with PKR

Kenneth Cheng Chee Kin

Unlike past elections, the coming Johor polls is largely about how individual political parties position themselves with the seats they are contesting. – The Malaysian Insight file pic, February 27, 2022.

WHILE there are many faults and failings within PKR that I have spelt out and given justification through my writings, nevertheless, I take heart in the recent stand-off between PKR and Muda over the clash of seats in the Johor elections.

Though undoubtedly motivated by self-preservation and political interest, the tussle that has unfairly invited criticism and scorn would be an anomaly after the fragmentation of party politics since the “Sheraton Move”.

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