Pakatan consensus disturbed by rogue elements in PAS

comments     Terence Netto     Published     Updated

COMMENT They say in a race it is the last 50 meters that separate the men from the boys.

In the final prelude to the 13th general election - the proverbial last 50 meters that separate a surging Pakatan Rakyat from a struggling BN - the latter is being handed proof that the former is a makeshift coalition which would unravel when underlying ideological differences among component parties become too stark to ignore.

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