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Edging Toward a New Politics in Malaysia: Civil Society at the Gate?

Activists from civil society contributed significantly to the strong performance of the opposition in Malaysia's March 2008 elections, strategizing opposition collaboration, standing as candidates, informing debates, and expanding media options. These efforts boosted the excitement of the polls and... Full description

Journal Title: Asian survey 2009-09, Vol.49 (5), p.741-758
Main Author: Weiss, Meredith L
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Language: English
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Publisher: University of California Press
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  • Voting
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description: Activists from civil society contributed significantly to the strong performance of the opposition in Malaysia's March 2008 elections, strategizing opposition collaboration, standing as candidates, informing debates, and expanding media options. These efforts boosted the excitement of the polls and the opposition's odds, but they also pose new challenges for the future.
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