The best show of dissent is a street protest, and there is much to be outraged about by the present re-delineation exercise.
The 14th general election looks set to be a litmus test for many political stakeholders in Malaysia, not least of all the ruling BN coalition. Now ignominiously labelled a kleptocrat regime, the federal government faces serious fallout from the commencement of investigations and legal action the world over as the US, Swiss and Singaporean authorities begin to unravel the international nexus of corruption and embezzlement that make up the 1MDB mega-scandal.
While it is true that the prime minister and his government do not appear to be unduly pressured domestically, cracks are certainly beginning to show.
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