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A political analyst says PKR is losing its lustre and president Anwar Ibrahim has lost his political astuteness since Pakatan Harapan was removed from

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A political analyst says PKR is losing its lustre and president Anwar Ibrahim has lost his political astuteness since Pakatan Harapan was removed from federal power in 2020. – The Malaysian Insight file pic, January 30, 2022.

PKR’S decision to drop Pakatan Harapan’s (PH) logo in favour of its own in the upcoming Johor polls may be a bad move electorally but it would allow the party to evaluate the leadership of Anwar Ibrahim, following crushing defeats in the Malacca and Sarawak polls last year.

Anwar last week announced that his party will use its own symbol – a “really bad” move, according to leading commentator on Malaysian politics James Chin.


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