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Sabah GRS win: Less pressure on Muhyiddin now

An immigrant community in Sabah - Photograph: Linda Lumayag

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BFM speak to political commentator Prof James Chin, professor of Asian Studies at the University of Tasmania, for his views on why support for Warisan withered in Sabah, how this affect’s Prime Minister Muhyiddin Yassin’s rule and what’s next for the new state government. 

Produced by Sim Wie Boon

Presented by Wong Shou Ning and Lyn Mak

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