Incumbents hang on in tight Malaysian election

Sunday's results were a bitter surprise for the opposition, which had hoped to throw Prime Minister Najib Razak out of office. With widespread accusations of irregularities at the polls, the mood is likely to remain polarised.

By Andhika Bhakti in Jakarta and Samuel Bahari for Khabar Southeast Asia in Selangor, Malaysia.

May 08, 2013


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