Malaysia's Upcoming Polls Hinge on Corruption
Voters must banish corrupt politicians
By: B A Hamzah
Malaysians will be going for the country’s 15th general election in two weeks’ time. The polls, called for November 19, have boiled down almost to a single issue: whether the leaders of the ruling Barisan Nasional can use victory to keep them out of jail, according to Ahmad Zahid Hamidi, the president of the United Malays National Organiza…
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