Three-way tussle within government coalition for next general election

Terlalu banyak parti Melayu yang bersaing dalam ruang yang sesak?

Bersatu and Umno have both stated their readiness to contest in seats for the next general election,  without compromising with each other.

Given their similarities and with the addition of Pas as another potential element splitting the Malay vote, which party is more likely to come out on top?

Dr Bridget Welsh, honorary research associate at the University of Nottingham-Malaysia, weighs in with her analysis.

Produced by: Sim Wie Boon
Presented by: Wong Shou Ning, Philip See and Shazana Mokhtar

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