Will change come by GE14?

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More Malays voted for Pakatan at the Kajang by-election held on March 23 than in the General Election in May 2013 (GE13). And in the meantime, according to a recent survey, Malaysians have become more dissatisfied with Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak’s recent performance.

Malaysia’s handling of the search for the missing plane MH370 has exposed a deep-seated national problem on the international stage. It has affirmed what many of us have already been aware of, and the case will very likely further erode faith in the system.

From all that, dare we hope that change will come at the next general election (GE14) – or even sooner?


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