Liwat-gate: Who wins, who loses

comments     Ong Kian Ming & Oon Yeoh     Published     Updated

In yesterday's podcast , we discussed the main actors who could be behind the latest attack campaign against de facto PKR leader Anwar Ibrahim. Today, we want to discuss the winners and losers as a result of this debacle.

It doesn't take a political analyst to conclude that a very large percentage of Malaysians do no believe the allegations made against Anwar. Most people would summarily dismiss this allegation as politically motivated, and for good reason.

It certainly comes at an 'opportune' time as the administration tries to come to grips with the continued speculation about Barisan Nasional MPs crossing over to Pakatan as well as containing the backlash from the petrol price hikes.

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