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Post-Pakatan Rakyat, a year of instability and GST

Terence Tang & Chris Lau  |  Published:  |  Modified:

It has been one year since Pakatan Rakyat disbanded on June 16, 2015.

As politicians bicker, Malaysians have to deal with the extra burden of the Goods and Services Tax (GST) as prices rise for basic goods such as instant noodles, eggs and other foods.

What happened to the "Janji Ditepati" by BN? And the feuding opposition, are you putting the rakyat's needs before your aims to win this seat or that seat in the coming elections?

If you could describe politics post-Pakatan Rakyat in one word, what would it be? Here's what they said.

Tap on the cards to see why they chose the word or phrase.


What will be your word? Share in the comment section below.

[Editor's Note: If you are viewing this on the Malaysiakini app, please click here to view the flipcards above]

Part 1: RIP: A year after Pakatan Rakyat's demise

Part 2: Can you describe Malaysian politics in one word?

Part 3: 'Malaysian politics is a train wreck in slow motion'

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