The oligarchic grip

IN the arena of both politics and business, the unfortunate reality is that power and influence are often concentrated within a select few families and groups. This pattern of oligarchic dominance severely limits opportunities for meaningful participation by the majority of citizens and their children.

This is a global phenomenon which is equally visible in Malaysia.

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