Just words at the moment

Deputy PM Zahid and PM Najib - Photograph: Seth Akmal/The Malaysian Insight

A party that is celebrating its 75th anniversary, Umno is at a crossroads with increased factionalism within the party. Bridget Welsh, honorary research associate at the University of Nottingham’s Asia Research Institute-Malaysia breaks down the recently concluded general assembly and what the outcome means for the Perikatan Nasional coalition.

Produced by Arleen Webber and Sim Wie Boon

Presented by Wong Shou Ning and Philip See

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loyal malaysianf
loyal malaysianf
4 Apr 2021 6.06am

Sigh, but words are all we have at the moment, Bridget.
Yes, it is obvious to any political observer that all is not well in UMNO.
Can the cakap tak sama bikin PM split UMNO to his advantage come GE15?
In Malaysia, money is king and this PM has publicly declare he will use it to his advantage.
No, I am not happy about it , but I am ready to accept the results of GE15, warts and all, for that is the state of democracy we are at. But not frogs, toads and GLC heads in a cesspool of Putrajaya like now.