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Anwar Ibrahim

After two jail sentences and decades of waiting, a founder of Malaysia’s democratic opposition has a chance to transform the country

One election does not make a democracy.

Precisely, we acknowledge that. It is the duty of the leadership of this new government to ensure that we build institutions strong enough, formidable enough, that nothing would allow authoritarianism in the guise of democracy.

But it took

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