It’s April now, the month at the end of which the Malaysian Parliament has to be dissolved to make way for general elections to be held, and within 60 days of that dissolution. Technically, elections must be held by June 28.
But in any case, whether there will be a change of government in Putrajaya or not, change has begun coming to Malaysia in a sustained manner, if not with a vengeance. As I have said elsewhere, even if the status quo is retained, it still spells change because the status quo is not a stable thing today.
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