Anwar’s race for the Malay votes

IT has been a heady seven months in the hotseat for Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim. The charismatic leader is living the dream except that it would have been a less stressful dream if not for the looming six-state election.

The state polls will be a tougher test of the Prime Minister’s mandate than the vote of confidence in Parliament last December.

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