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Wishful and immature to assume that PN influence has peaked when it has just begun

SOME wishful thinkers of Pakatan Harapan (PH) or unity government cannot have it both ways. In other words, they can’t have the cake and eat it at the same time.

The recent attempt by Perikatan Nasional (PN) to unseat the unity government in the Johor by-elections cannot be described as the peak performance of the opposition coalition.

It cannot be naively assumed that the by-elections were an electoral downhill for PN having entrapped itself in unchanging race and religious rhetoric.

How can the PN influence be said as having peaked when its support hardly peaked in the recent Johore by-elections?

Despite the low turnout, majority of the Malay voters supported the PN. Only 20% of Malays – the diehard UMNO and PH supporters – voted for the unity government.

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