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Frogging Could Still Happen After Elections

Dr Oh Ei Sun, Senior Fellow, Singapore Institute of International Affairs

21-Sep-20 07:47

Frogging Could Still Happen After Elections

We continue tracking Sabah politics as the state heads for election on 26 Sep. Dr Oh Ei Sun, Senior Fellow at Singapore Institute of International Affairs discusses themes and hot seats, and thinks the elections will not stop “frogging” as long as there is no anti-party-hopping law.

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Produced by: Lyn Mak

Presented by: Roshan Kanesan, Lyn Mak, Noelle Lim


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Tags:  froggingelectionsSabahpollspoliticsanti-party-hoppinghot seatsGovernment/Regulatory/Policy MakingPolitics, News, Current AffairsPoliticsLaw and Legal MattersSocial IssuesInvestments


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