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WITH a demand for greater transparency, Malaysians craving for a first world nation may see the beginning of a new era of reformed politics where the people’s welfare comes first.

In a country where democracy has always allowed politicians voted into power to pursue their own agenda for the next five years, the situation in Selangor may change now that Selangor Menteri Besar Datuk Seri Amirudin Shari is likely to face critics from within his own party.

Pakatan Harapan’s (PH) honeymoon is over after 15 years in power since 2008.

For this reason, Amiruddin’s administration may find itself now under heavy scrutiny not only from a stronger 22-seat Opposition bloc led by his own predecessor-cum-mentor Datuk Seri Mohamed Azmin Ali but also from his fellow PH comrades.

If the state EXCO fails to perform to the expectations of Selangorians, they may be gone for good. For this reason, the state government cannot continue to use party whips to silence the elected representatives, especially when it fails to hear the strong objections by the people.

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