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UMNO’s Necessary Internal Tussle

Amir Fareed, Political Analyst, KRA Group

31-May-19 07:45

UMNO’s Necessary Internal Tussle

Several UMNO members are pushing for constitutional amendments that could stop criminally convicted leaders from taking up party posts. This is in light of UMNO’s top leadership currently facing criminal charges. Decisions on the amendments are likely to take place at the party's general assembly in November.

To get more insight here, we speak to Amir Fareed, a Political Analyst with KRA Group.

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