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Reject Graft And Corruption

The reported words of PH leader Anwar Ibrahim. Well and good but why did he go on, as also reported, “not rule out the possibility of working with UMNO”?  Has he failed to notice Muyhiddin and his friends, including UMNO, pushing PH out of power and installing a crooks delight regime in its place?

The lesson, apparently not yet learned, of the 2018 election was that good governance and honesty are more important than communal feelings and cooperation. If that lesson still has not been learned PH will have to learn it again in the next election.

How, it might be asked, can “graft and corruption” be rejected if voters are asked to vote for a PH/UMNO combination? Perhaps Anwar should ask himself that question.

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