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Malaysia’s Coming Election: Beyond Communalism?

Asia Report N°235, 1 October 2012

Supporters of a Malaysian opposition-backed rally organised by the Bersih coalition demanding electoral reforms being held in Kuala Lumpur, hold banners during a sympathy rally outside the building housing the Malaysian consulate in Hong Kong on July 9, 2011. AFP PHOTO / Antony DICKSON

Demographic and social change, easing of authoritarian controls, a growing civil society and economic uncertainty are shaking the communal foundations of Malaysian politics and making the outcome of its coming election unusually unpredictable.

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Malaysia’s Coming Election: Beyond Communalism?, Asia Report N°235, 1 Oct 2012

Demographic and social change, easing of authoritarian controls, a growing civil society and economic uncertainty are shaking the communal foundations of Malaysian politics and making the outcome of its coming election unusually unpredictable.

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