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Why Pakatan Harapan Needs New Leadership

James Chai, Political Commenter & Head of Commercial and Research, INVOKE Solutions

16-Dec-20 15:00

Why Pakatan Harapan Needs New Leadership

There’s been plenty of speculation recently surrounding the leadership of Pakatan Harapan. Many say that the sun is setting on Anwar Ibrahim and that the opposition coalition needs a new general to lead them into the battlefield. 

On today’s show, Dashran speaks  with James Chai, a frequent commenter on Malaysian politics, and the Head of Commercial and Research at INVOKE Solutions, to try and understand the politicking in Pakatan Harapan that led us to this juncture and who could carry on the torch from the man who’s been leading the reformasi movement for more than 20 years.

 

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Produced by: Dashran Yohan

Presented by: Dashran Yohan


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