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A New Generation At DAP

Anthony Loke, National Organising Secretary and Former Minister of Transport, Democratic Action Party (DAP)

04-May-21 08:00

A New Generation At DAP

DAP tasted power for a brief 22 months but is back in opposition. What are their next steps as Malaysia heads towards the next general elections? Is this party with the most seats in Parliament reconsidering their coalition partners and will they even join hands with UMNO? Questions answered by former Transport Minister and current National Organising Secretary Anthony Loke who perhaps might be the future Secretary-General of DAP. 

Produced by: Sim Wie Boon

Presented by: Wong Shou Ning


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