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PARTI Pribumi Bersatu Malaysia (Bersatu) was formed when then deputy prime minister Muhyiddin Yassin was sacked by former prime minister Najib Razak over his criticism of the 1MDB issue. The support Bersatu received by the opposition then – Pakatan Harapan’s (PH) DAP, PKR, and Amanah – during the last election campaign propelled the party into the position it is in today.

Former prime minister Dr Mahathir Mohamad increased Bersatu’s parliamentary influence by brokering a number of defections from Umno. Now, ironically, the future of Bersatu may be in the hands of Umno president Ahmad Zahid Hamidi, in how he decides Umno will go in the next general election.

That’s the story of Bersatu, a party made up of politicians from other political parties that has achieved a dramatic rise in power and influence through the political events of the past half decade. The big question about Bersatu is whether it can survive the next general election, and, if so, what role it will play in Malaysian politics.

Bersatu, formed in 2016, soon saw the participation of Mukhriz Mahathir, who was expelled from Umno. He was later joined by his father Dr Mahathir. Bersatu joined PH in the 2018 general election, and won 13 out of the 50 federal seats it contested. Since then, the party has exercised an influence on Malaysian federal politics well beyond its size.

Mahathir gave Bersatu many of the high-profile ministries within the PH government, six ministers and six deputy ministers. In Muhyiddin’s administration, after the collapse of the PH government, Bersatu dominated with 12 ministers and 12 deputy ministers. In Prime Minister Ismail Sabri Yaakob’s cabinet, Bersatu has the same number of ministers as Umno, 12, and 10 deputy ministers.

Bersatu also has a presence inside a number of state legislatures, which include Johor with 12/56 members, Kedah 6/36, Perak 6/59, Selangor 6/56, Penang 4/40, Melaka 2/28, and Kelantan 1/45. In Sabah, where Bersatu’s Hajiji Noor is the current chief minister, the party holds 15/79 members.

Over its short lifespan, Bersatu has shown itself to be pragmatic. Its main focus has been to hold and maintain power. Insiders say that Muhyiddin, during the Sheraton putsch, had little choice but to enlist the support of Umno and PAS to keep the party in power when Dr Mahathir abandoned them.

Similarly, Muhyiddin resigned from his position as prime minister to maintain Bersatu’s influence within the subsequent government, given the unpopularity of and public outrage for his administration. Muhyiddin’s resignation hasn’t been recognised by many as being a strategic move to keep Bersatu relevant.

The Muhyiddin cabinet is basically still in place. Sixty out of 69 members of the current cabinet are the same as his, and he has been appointed chairman of the National Recovery Council (NRC) with a senior minister’s rank. His move can be seen as a sideways one, more than one that’s going out. Muhyiddin’s power and influence, and that of Bersatu, is far from diminished. Arguably, he is probably still the most powerful person in government. He out-manoeuvred Zahid and Najib over the last few weeks, and Dr Mahathir last year.


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