Anwar Ibrahim’s peace gesture to China mired in bad blood
Maligned by fractious domestic politics
By: B A Hamzah
The opposition’s onslaught against Prime Minister Anwar Ibrahim’s apparent statement of readiness to negotiate with China over the latter’s incursions into Malaysian territory, made during his official visit to Beijing from March 29 to April 1, is groundless political nonsense. Former Prime Minister Muhyiddin Yassin chided Anwar for making…
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