Malaysia set for another fragile coalition after election; still cheap though

  • No outright majority: 47% for Muhyiddin and Sabri's PH-BN, 39% for Anwar's PH plus; swing vote belongs to Borneo parties

  • Two larger blocs already have internal stresses so dim prospects of broadening either one to a stable broader coalition

  • Malaysia's parties do not disagree much on economic policy but without strong government investment likely stays subdued
November 20th, 2022
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