It looks as if (outgoing?) Prime Minister Mahiaddin Yasin is fast running out of options as the rug is pulled from under his feet.
His only option to stay in power would be as a minority government with a supply and confidence agreement with PH parties. But perhaps too much water has flowed under the bridge for that to happen.
That leaves Anwar Ibrahim and the Pakatan Harapan parties, though still without a simple majority. Can they form a minority government while stitching a deal with other parties? As leader of the coalition with the largest number of MPs, Anwar is best placed to cobble a pact with the other parties, even if it is just a confidence and supply agreement, rather than a formal coalition. That said, many reformist-minded Malaysians do not want any kind of deal with the ‘court cluster’. Full article on Aliran website