Why a national unity gov't is a path to hell, Part 1

comments     Wong Chin Huat     Published     Updated

COMMENT What’s next after tomorrow’s Black 505 rally? What will happen after Parliament is convened next Monday?

I don’t think anyone can be positive that Malaysian politics will have a clear direction after this. And for many, Malaysia has not been governed for months before the poll and is still not being governed now nearly two months after it. That’s just too hard to bear.

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