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'Malaysian politics is a train wreck in slow motion'

Geraldine Tong & Terence Tang  |  Published:  |  Modified:

As politicians from both sides of the divide clash in a decade-long war for Putrajaya – a snipe in a press statement here, a comment via a news report there, a parliamentary motion that speaks volumes of his/her intention – political analysts and observers watch with judgmental eyes at the spectacle before them.

And these ‘watchers’ are not your everyday political voyeurs.

On the sidelines, but with strong connections with political insiders, these observers share their insight on what Malaysian politics have become a year since the death of Pakatan Rakyat.

Below, they share their insights using a word or a phrase. Tap on the flip cards to see why they chose the word or phrase.




How would you describe Malaysian politics today? Share in the comments section below.

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