Malaysia’s newly appointed Prime Minister Anwar Ibrahim. Photo: Pool via Reuters
Malaysia’s newly appointed Prime Minister Anwar Ibrahim. Photo: Pool via Reuters
Wong Chin-Huat
Opinion

Opinion

Asian Angle by Wong Chin-Huat

Here’s how Anwar Ibrahim can avoid a ‘toxic’ opposition and turn Malaysia around

  • To have a successful term in office, Anwar must deliver direction and hope with meaningful roles offered to allies and the opposition, says Wong Chin-Huat
  • The new PM’s fundamental challenge lies not in multiple crises hitting Malaysia, but the peculiarity of the country’s toxic ethno-religious politics

Malaysia’s newly appointed Prime Minister Anwar Ibrahim. Photo: Pool via Reuters
Malaysia’s newly appointed Prime Minister Anwar Ibrahim. Photo: Pool via Reuters
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