Political Reforms To Build A Middle Ground
Dr Wong Chin Huat, Political Scientist, Sunway University
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During GE15, there was a considerable increase in support for Perikatan Nasional among the Malay vote base. This has sparked debate on how much opposition parties should be empowered, with measures to level the playing field such as the provision of equal constituency development funding put on hold. Dato' Sri Anwar Ibrahim has long campaigned for political reforms, but will populist concerns and a desire to stay in power affect the pace of progress? We discuss this with political scientist Dr. Wong Chin Huat.
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Categories: politics, government
Tags: swing voters, opposition allocation, policy reforms, shadow cabinet,