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Ramasamy’s new party unlikely to sway Indian voters – analysts

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Former Penang deputy chief minister P Ramasamy has launched a new party, the United for the Rights of Malaysians Party or Urimai.

James Chin of the University of Tasmania and Azmil Tayeb, honorary secretary of Aliran, cite the outcome of the last state elections in assessing the prospects for the new party.

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