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Umno's rebranding as a potent opposition starts within: Razlan

Annabelle Lee  |  Published on  |  Modified on

INTERVIEW | It has been exactly one month since Umno’s ignoble defeat in the May 9 polls, and subsequent calls for reform have coincided with the party’s much-delayed internal elections.

Branch-level elections are being held now and will end tomorrow, the election for the heads of Umno wings will be on June 23, and the election for top party’s posts and supreme council members will be on June 30.

This time, all positions are up for grabs. Not only will members be determining the future of their 72-year-old party, but also the landscape of the country’s opposition politics as a whole...

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