Anwar jailing could impact Malaysia’s politics for years
The removal of Anwar Ibrahim, the biggest threat to Malaysia’s ruling coalition government, could have a long-term impact on the country’s political battleground. The five-year jail term, on what some regard as a politically-motivated conviction, takes away the biggest headache - continuing the coalition’s 50-year grip on power – but a catalogue of other challenges remain for Prime Minister Najib Razak.
ANWAR Ibrahim, the only politician regarded as capable of breaking Malaysia’s coalition government’s stranglehold on power, has been jailed for five years. The jailing triggers a chain of events which could shake up Malaysian politics for years and impact its general election in 2018.
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