Post-S'wak polls: Analysts fear use of race card
Political analysts today raised the alarm on a rise in the use of racist agenda in Sarawak politics following the outcome of the April 16 state election.
This could well be a consequence, following the mould of Peninsular Malaysia, where politics is increasingly framed in the context of Malays and non-Malays post-2008, academicians speaking at a round table discussion on the Sarawak election, organised by Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia, said.
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