But the difference now is that the sides are clearly drawn on very racial lines.
The current simple majority government that has been formed will be a model for how the future of Malaysian politics will be.
Malaysians voted for a coalition that consisted of these 11 PKR MPs and Bersatu. Who gave them the right to decide to break up that coalition?
500 days on, and Harapan can’t just bank on revenge as their winning point to stay on as the government.
I’m glad that our prime minister voices out on racism, but I think that whatever he is doing is not enough.
See! I told you that I will suggest a solution in my writing.
It took a former prime minister who used to lead the Malay-based party that ruled for sixty years to form another Malay-based party and make a promise to the Malays that their special privileges would not be taken away, to bring about a change in the government.
The issue of the PAC can be a small reminder to Pakatan that they do not have a safe seat as the administration.
Zan Azlee catches up with his friend who became a Cabinet Minister literally overnight and they have a really fun chat.
If I were a Malaysian of Indian descent right now, I’d be pissed off at what Malaysia’s Deputy Prime Minister Ahmad Zahid Hamidi said.
Pakatan Harapan has just been unable to show the people that they are on top of the situation.