Malaysia’s 14th general election saw an unprecedented representation of female-elected politicians. However, the overall percentage is still dismally low, as per Malaysia’s electoral history. With only 10.9% of parliamentary candidates and 10.8% of state assembly candidates being women, the desired minimum of 30% women representation in government remained unattainable.
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