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While staying in the ruling coalition, Barisan Nasional, is one of the three options, the other two are leaving. And with 60% of card-holding Gerakan members, presumably miffed by the lost of Penang and nice, jovial, certainly non-racist statements by an unrepentant Ahmad Ismail, preferring the other two choices, it doesn’t seem likely Gerakan would stay on for long in Barisan Nasional.

May I add, the last time Barisan Nasional lost a 2/3 majority and Selangor, Gerakan was one of the leading opposition parties. Emergency, suspended parliament and authoritarianism ensued, and Gerakan joined Barisan Nasional to reform it from inside. Notable achievements include… uhm… Wawasan Open University?


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