Malaysia’s Prime Minister Anwar Ibrahim arrives at his first monthly gathering for the staff of the prime minister’s office in Putrajaya, Malaysia on November 29, 2022. Photo: AP
Malaysia’s Prime Minister Anwar Ibrahim arrives at his first monthly gathering for the staff of the prime minister’s office in Putrajaya, Malaysia on November 29, 2022. Photo: AP
Norshahril Saat
Opinion

Opinion

Asian Angle by Norshahril Saat

Malaysia’s PM Anwar Ibrahim must tread carefully to heal nation divided by race, inequality

  • In addition to a confidence vote on December 19, Anwar faces a delicate balance of addressing criticism towards his cabinet, tackling corruption and cutting red tape
  • Malaysians will also monitor how Anwar tackles the woes of the underclass that is closely associated with Malay-Muslim voters

Malaysia’s Prime Minister Anwar Ibrahim arrives at his first monthly gathering for the staff of the prime minister’s office in Putrajaya, Malaysia on November 29, 2022. Photo: AP
Malaysia’s Prime Minister Anwar Ibrahim arrives at his first monthly gathering for the staff of the prime minister’s office in Putrajaya, Malaysia on November 29, 2022. Photo: AP
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