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Leaders Singing The Same Tune But Will The Grassroots Buy It?

Dr Azmi Hassan, Senior Fellow, Nusantara Academy of Strategic Research

15-May-23 08:30

Leaders Singing The Same Tune But Will The Grassroots Buy It?

The Unity Government came together for a show of strength. Even the usual hardline youth wings sang the same tune. Will this be enough for the grassroots and upcoming state elections? To get an analysis on the show, we speak with Dr Azmi Hassan, Senior Fellow, Nusantara Academy of Strategic Research

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Produced by: Sim Wie Boon

Presented by: Shazana Mokhtar, Philip See, Mark Tan


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