Opposition leader Anwar Ibrahim said PKR isn’t ruling out a collaboration with Umno but said that discussions are still in their early stages.
BFM explores how changing collaborations and coalitions have affected our politics, what PKR and Umno coming together would mean politically, and in the next general election, and finally, the future of Anwar.
Fahmi Fadzil, Lembah Pantai MP
Bridget Welsh, honorary research associate, University of Nottingham’s Asia Research Institute-Malaysia
Ben Suffian, programme director, Merdeka Center
Badrul Hisham Ismail, programmes director, Iman Research
Produced by Kelvin Yee and Tasha Fusil
Presented by Lee Chwi Lynn and Sharmilla Ganesan
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