COMMENT | Bersatu - a sturdy pillar or a fast-flying cloud?

Phlip Rodrigues

Modified 2 Jun 2020, 10:40 pm

COMMENT | The only way to prevent another political crisis from engulfing the country is for Prime Minister Muhyiddin Yassin to go to the palace again to seek the dissolution of Parliament to pave the way for a snap general election.

Muhyiddin and his coalition partners in Perikatan Nasional are hanging by a thread and the PN government could fall any time, should the wind shift direction. With a razor-thin majority, PN does not have the stability and strength needed to steer the country on a steady course.

Left in this perilous situation, the coalition of treacherous bedfellows can only resort to underhand tactics to stay in power. Then, every day, they will have to live in constant fear of being toppled because they do not have the moral authority of holding on to their seats.

How can the country live in peace when rumours of the imminent demise of PN make the rounds? How can the government concentrate on fighting the coronavirus enemy when it is also fighting for its own...

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