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Sarawak’s political fragmentation amid a pandemic

A longhouse in Sarawak - WIKIPEDIA

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In the wake of the Sabah state elections, eyes are now on neighbouring state Sarawak, to see when they will decide to go to the polls. How will the Sarawak state government balance the fragility of its coalition against Covid-19 concerns? BFM speaks to Dr Arnold Puyok, political analyst at Universiti Malaysia Sarawak.

Produced by Sim Wie Boon

Presented by Roshan Kanesan, Lyn Mak and Noelle Lim

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