Discusses the changing political culture Malaysia’s (im)-possible reform. Compiles the articles on the role of minorities in General Elections 14th (GE14), such as local elections, decentralization, institutional reform, a feminist critical debates on women’s political representation on twitter, political agency in the Sabah elections, the Orang Asli in GE14, the politics of historical grievances in Sabah and Sarawak. Reviews the building democracy, in terms of Malaysia baru and the (im)-possible reform, including the status of sanctuary, the image of Laziness and the Malaysian middle class, poverty, inequality and youth mental health, competing rights talk and Pakatan Harapan’s incoherent human rights agenda, and the regal and personal perspective of the Malaysian judiciary.
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