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Political backstabbing, double-dealing at all-time high
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PETALING JAYA: As general election fever begins to take hold, all eyes are now focused on which electoral seats are best, which party will win, and which politician will be on the A-list of the winning party’s president.

With rising speculation that elections may be held this year, MPs and state assemblymen have been in search of their best option for success, either by sleeping with the enemy or trying to buy the trust of their president.

Political analyst Kenneth Cheng said backstabbing is to be expected as the governing Perikatan Nasional coalition holds only a wafer-thin majority in the Dewan Rakyat.

“Either side only needs to woo one or two MPs to have a majority. If the present government was strong, this would not happen,” he said.

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