COMMENT | Anwar Ibrahim has the prime minister’s post snatched away from him right under his nose in February.
That was the unkindest cut, particularly when the move came about from betrayals by the PKR president’s own party members and coalition partners.
Even the worst Anwar detractor would be able to see the great injustice done not only to Anwar personally but also to the majority of Malaysians who swept Pakatan Harapan to power in May 2018.
The backdoor Perikatan Nasional (PN) government is still considered “illegal” in the eyes of many, no matter how one views it, and no matter how it has been “constitutionally” mandated according to the laws of the land.
Many are just counting the days for this precarious and “illegal” PN coalition to fall. That couldn’t be further from the truth.
Meantime, Prime Minister Muhyiddin Yassin has his hands full today.
In Muhyiddin’s own words: “I took office besieged with challenging political, economic problems and the unprecedented Covid-19 pandemic.”
I doubt anyone will envy the prime minister’s job today...