It’s a sure headache for both sides of the camp. Barisan Nasional is definitely facing losing better trying to capture Permatang Pauh – Anwar’s stronghold if by election is held.
Even their best bet in the form of Ezam unlikely to make any en-route in Permatang Pauh.
Anwar is also unlikely to be seated in parliament even if he won the election.
He will be in either Sungai Buloh or Kajang prison by then.
Those behind the present government will unlikely to set him free and to continue haunting them.
Is Anwar destined to go down into the history nothing more than just former deputy prime minister?