As Malaysia is heading for the 13 General Elections all parties are gearing up for eventuality.
The ruling government forming the National Front (NF) has been in power since independence in 1957. The current government is facing a lot of pressure from the opposition in this 13th GE. Prime Minister Najib has faced many controversies in his administration from corruption, poor economic performance, abuse of power, increased crime rate, racial division, Lynas Plant and others.
The current opposition group which comprise loosely of 3 main parties of PKR, DAP and PAS. All 3 parties have something in common and that is for people’s justice and for the betterment of the nation. The de facto leader of the loose pack of Pakatan Rakyat is Anwar Ibrahim who was the Deputy PM during the administration of Prime Minister Dr Mahathir.