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End of dominant party era in Malaysian politics?

BENEDICT LOPEZ

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Six states in the peninsula are heading to state elections by August, in what is widely viewed as a referendum on the fledgling “unity government” of Prime Minister Anwar Ibrahim.

What are the current dynamics at play in Malaysia’s ever-shifting political landscape, and how will this determine what happens at state level polls?

BFM discusses themes and trends ahead of the state elections with Merdeka Centre director Ibrahim Suffian and University of Albany professor of political science Meredith Weiss.

Produced and presented by: Shazana Mokhtar

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