Who will win when Sabah votes tomorrow? With 447 candidates contesting 73 seats, with some fierce nine to 11-cornered fights, tomorrow’s election promises to be an interesting one. For an understanding of Sabah politics, a look at how peninsular politics plays into it, and who is expected to win, BFM speaks to Prof James Chin, professor of Asian studies at the University of Tasmania.
Produced by Sim Wie Boon
Presented by Roshan Kanesan, Lyn Mak and Wong Shou Ning
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