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Malaysia’s state polls have ended in a “3-3” status quo outcome between Pakatan Harapan-Barisan Nasional (PH-BN) ruling coalition and the opposition alliance, Perikatan Nasional (PN).
The election in 6 of Malaysia’s 13 states was widely viewed as a referendum on Anwar’s administration after the tightly contested general election in November that ended with the country’s first ever hung Parliament.
Led by Prime Minister Anwar Ibrahim, the PH-BN coalition retained Selangor, Negeri Sembilan and Penang while PN held on to Kelantan, Kedah and Terengganu. The election appears to have kept things at status quo, but changes in seat composition for the state assemblies tells a different story.
Has Anwar passed the test? How will the outcome of the state elections affect Malaysia's future development?
In this episode of Global Heartbeat podcast, Lianhe Zaobao’s Associate Foreign Editor, Liew Fan Chyi, shares her observations with host Han Yong Hong.
Hosted by Lianhe Zaobao’s Associate Editor, Han Yong Hong, Global Heartbeat is a Mandarin weekly news and current affairs podcast that is updated every Tuesday, 7.00 PM SGT. It is available on zaobao.sg, Apple Podcast, Google Podcasts, Spotify and other podcast platforms.