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Malaysia’s Democracy on the Line

ANU Experts Alert
News from The Australian National University
FRIDAY 3 MAY 2013

Malaysia’s Democracy on the Line
Malaysia heads to the polls this Sunday in one of the country’s most anticipated elections ever and The Australian National University will be providing live analysis and insight.

A range of Malaysia experts and scholars from the ANU College of Asia and the Pacific will provide insight, analysis and commentary in the lead up to the elections, during voting and as the results start rolling in.


The online coverage kicks off at 6pm (Australian Eastern Time) and you can tune in at the specialist Southeast Asia blog New Mandala: http//:asiapacific.anu.edu.au/newmandala

You can also follow the conversation via Twitter through @newmandala and @ANUasiapacific.

ENDS

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