Between UMNO and a Hard Place: The Najib Razak Era Begins
Format: Print Book
More that that, it is not as yet clear how convinced the government actually is about of the need for institutional reforms, especially when the institutions in need of reform include the police, the anti-corruption agency, the judiciary and the dominant party, UMNO. With a new coalition opposing him in parliament, Najib comes to power wedged between his own coalition's aged traditions and the restive spirit of the times. Whether he can squeeze his way into a comfortable spot and stay in power is the question the coming years will answer.
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Subjects:Political Process / Political Parties
Number of Pages: 144
Imprint:Research for Social Advancement
Publication Date: 40466
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