Prof James Chin argues that Prime Minister Muhyiddin would want to keep his focus on consolidating his position as prime minister.
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Prof James mentions that Muhyiddin Yassin is burning bridges with Mahathir as he is planning to register PN as a formal coalition.
Prof. James Chin weighs in on the current Malaysian political transition.
Prof James said PKR seemed to be the weak link in PH right now, adding that there was a possibility of more defections from Anwar’s party to Perikatan Nasional (PN).
Prof. James Chin speaks to ex-minister Liew Vui Keong, who expects Chief Minister Abang Johari Openg to end up supporting the same amendments he resisted.
Wong Chin Huat mentions that the current government will stay on for a while unless the economy hits bottom and erodes its legitimacy
Prof James Chin said that GPS most likely would not join the Perikatan Nasional (PN) coalition formally but prefer to be an ally to it.
Prof Yeah said the government urgently needed to study the “adequacy and efficacy” of the so-called National Care Assistance (Bantuan Prihatin Nasional) package.
Prof James Chin says the motion of no confidence in Prime Minister Muhyiddin Yassin is unlikely to be heard come May 18 when the Malaysian Parliament sits.
Prof Wong Chin Huat states that Pakatan Harapan should form a shadow cabinet before the parliamentary sitting despite the current coalition.