Anwar Ibrahim: ‘I have the numbers’

BFM speaks to Dr Bridget Welsh, honorary research associate at University of Nottingham’s Asia Research Institute, for a quick analysis on Anwar Ibrahim’s press conference following his meeting with the Yang di-Pertuan Agong earlier yesterday, and what this could mean for his political career. 

Produced by Lim Sue Ann and Dashran Yohan

Presented by Juliet Jacobs and Dashran Yohan

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Gursharan Singh
Gursharan Singh
14 Oct 2020 10.11am

Questions arise: 

Does DSAI’s numbers include any frogs who may have earlier jumped from other political parties to enable TSMY to become PM? 
If yes then both DSAI and TSMY should not be considered for PM post and retire from politics.
Also in coming elections why should not ban all who frogged to-date and all political appointees made in the past two years and those currently under investigations and those on bail awaiting finally not be revoked?
Bless all