MYLA 2020 Forum – Transforming Malaysia’s Political Landscape

Revisiting another point I made about Malaysia’s changing political dynamics at Malaysia Youth Leaders Assembly 2020.

Moving forward, Malaysia needs to understand that there is no more one single dominant party. We will have to live with coalitions of parties with similar strengths, and we will have to institutionalize differences within the political system.

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