Syed Saddiq says his new party will ensure “youth’s voice will dominate in parliament and outside of parliament”. Photo: SCMP/Nora Tam
Syed Saddiq says his new party will ensure “youth’s voice will dominate in parliament and outside of parliament”. Photo: SCMP/Nora Tam
Bhavan Jaipragas
Opinion

Opinion

Bhavan Jaipragas

Why Syed Saddiq’s new youth-centric party will not help Malaysia’s political tussle

  • The country’s former youth and sports minister is looking to shake up the ugly power struggle so ‘politics will never be monopolised by the same people’
  • But while change is sorely needed in Malaysia, the better solution might be for existing parties to give young people their due

Syed Saddiq says his new party will ensure “youth’s voice will dominate in parliament and outside of parliament”. Photo: SCMP/Nora Tam
Syed Saddiq says his new party will ensure “youth’s voice will dominate in parliament and outside of parliament”. Photo: SCMP/Nora Tam
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