Malaysia

PH Wins a Narrow Plurality, but PAS Is the Single Largest Party: Uncertainty Ahead

Islamist PAS is the largest party in the new parliament, an outcome that will worry markets. Multi-racial PH does have the plurality, but any coalition it (or PN) cobbles together will be fragile.

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Prasenjit K. Basu
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