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Bloody Face, Broken Dreams

James Chai, Head of Commercial and Research at INVOKE Solutions

01-Mar-20 15:00

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Weeks of political upheaval have resulted in Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin being sworn in as the eighth Prime Minister. James Chai, Head of Commercial and Research at INVOKE Solutions, joins us in discussing the political blows that Malaysia has taken. He also analyzes the battle of allegiances between Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yasin and Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad and the possibility of the formation of new state governments.


Presented by: Wong Shou Ning, Roshan Kanesan


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Tags:  Malaysia TerbaruMalaysian PoliticsPM8TSMYPakatan HarapanUMNOPASBersatucorruptionBarisan Nasionalracismvotingvoter turnoutdemocratic valuesdemocracyTun Dr Mahathir MohamadTan Sri Muhyiddin Yassinstate governmentsMelakaKedahPerakSelangorparty politicGovernment/Regulatory/Policy MakingPolitics, News, Current Affairs

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