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Meeting of PN parties on Wednesday did not reach a decision on whether to have the fledgling coalition formally registered so as to contest the 15th general election.
Devoid of political legitimacy and with uncertain support in parliament, PM is now dependent upon a clutch of MPs, furthering their own ambitions. To survive, he will have to give more and more of the shop away, to buy the loyalty of politicians with all manner of appointments and sweetheart deals
Malaysia’s ruling parties announced on Sunday, their support for the establishment of coalition, Perikatan Nasional (PN)