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Muda’s third force could end up as a spent force
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In most countries, politics has followed a binary trajectory. Although multiple parties exist, the trend has been towards two dominant political forces, mostly in the form of coalitions in which parties gang up and form the governments.

In Malaysia, we saw the two-party system seriously taking shape in 2008 when Pakatan Rakyat broke the Barisan Nasional’s dominance, and again in 2018 when Pakatan Harapan ousted BN from power.

In November last year, with no party in a position to form a government, PH combined with BN and East Malaysia’s GPS and GRS to form the unity government, with Muda and Parti Bangsa Malaysia as allies.

Now, Muda president Syed Sadiq Syed Abdul Rahman, the party’s sole MP, has pulled out and announced that Muda will become the “third force” in Malaysian politics.

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