Pakatan Harapan is embarking on a series of roadshows to explain why the coalition lost power in less than two years. Observers said the move is aimed at gaining support and sympathy from members and the public. NTU’s RSIS Prashant Waikar, who is a research analyst with the Malaysia Programme, said many people previously saw PH as underperforming. “But now, it is receiving significant sympathy. This could allow it to make significant electoral gains in the next election without having to deal with the ‘baggage of underperformance’,” he said.
Last updated on 09/03/2020