This time the voters have reduced the margin to a precarious level. The ruling group has tread carefully to avoid slip. This will keep them alert unless both the fronts reach some unannounced understanding with each other.
Ramanathan A R
I am happy that the usual rotation principle has been destroyed this time , atleast to a small extent , putting the ruling party on a bridge which is hung using threads , a false move can put them out of balance .
So malayaless can expect a better governance this time .
At the same time the opposition must stick to the principle that they won't accept anybody from the ruling side to join them and form alternate Government.
There is another possibility that a small partner of the opposition group can cross to the other side (of course, based on certain attractive offers) and make the ruling front stronger ?
Gold Member, SPK