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Weak ties between Umno and Bersatu

The election losers are now ruling the nation - Photograph: Bernama/Malay Mail

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As Umno leaders call for the party’s president to wield more power in the Umno-Bersatu alliance, BFM talks to Prof Shamsul Amri Baharuddin, director of the Institute of Ethnic Studies (Kita) at UKM, about the cracks in the partnership and how it would fare if snap elections are called.

Produced by Hezril Asyraaf

Presented by Hezril Asyraaf and Kam Raslan

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