Perfecting PKR

Stanley Koh

Modified 25 Nov 2008, 9:46 am

analysis Eight months have passed since the euphoria and excitement that gripped millions of voters when the ‘political tsunami’ swept three opposition parties into power in five states and 10 of the 11 federal seats in Kuala Lumpur.

Some called it the tipping point or ‘perfect storm’ in our electoral history, but the probable emergence of a two-party system has been held back by Pakatan Rakyat’s failure to grab the federal government from Barisan Nasional on Sept 16, as it claimed it would.

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