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PRN 2023 Trends, So Far.

Ibrahim Suffian, Programme Director, Merdeka Centre

12-Aug-23 23:15

PRN 2023 Trends, So Far.

Ibrahim Suffian, Programme Director at Merdeka Centre, joins our coverage of PRN 2023 again to look at voting trends today and whether issues that came up before and during the election period affected how people voted.

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