How do you form a strong coalition?

The election losers are now ruling the nation - Photograph: Bernama/Malay Mail

In an exclusive interview with the Malay Mail, the DAP’s Liew Chin Tong talks about the need for political parties to master the art of forming strong coalitions. BFM speaks to Shazwan Mustafa for his thoughts and talks about whether coalitions are still the way forward for politics in the country.

Produced by Kelvin Yee

Presented by Lee Chwi Lynn and Sharmilla Ganesan

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loyal malaysian
loyal malaysian
10 Feb 2021 8.03am

Shazwan praised PH for its supposedly reform agenda.
I beg to differ.
The crux was that those reforms were not legislated.
I looked at its 22 months rule as one of missed opportunities and pussyfooting- it will be a different scenario now if it hit the ground running.