High stakes in Malaysia’s first general election since 2020 coup

High stakes in malaysia’s first general election since 2020 coup

South China Morning Post published this video item, entitled “High stakes in Malaysia’s first general election since 2020 coup” – below is their description.

Malaysians will cast their votes November 19, 2022, in the first general election since the 2020 political coup. Prime Minister Ismail Sabri Yaakob announced the snap polls in October after dissolving the existing parliament. Over 1,000 candidates across the political spectrum are vying for a spot in the 222-seat parliament.

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