Ram Anand speaks to Professor James Chin, University of Tasmania’s Professor of Asian Studies, to answer the top questions on what comes next after Malaysia’s fifteenth general elections: the Anti-Hopping Law (AHL), the Unity Government, and the impact of the upcoming six state elections.
This explainer comic is part of a super duper Between The Lines x New Naratif team-up to answer our readers’ most burning questions.
Writer Ram Anand
Consultant Prof. James Chin
Illustrator Appolonia Tesera
Did Malaysia’s Anti-Hopping Law Work Effectively Post-GE15?
Will the Six State Elections Impact the Government?
How is This Government Different from Previous Governments?
Want to learn more on Malaysia’s current political situation? Read this analysis by Dr Bridget Welsh to get a more comprehensive picture.
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Appolonia Tesera is an Indian illustrator and comic artist from Malaysia usually found bent over her desk drawing interesting people and comic journals of her personal series of unfortunate events all while trawling the internet for conspiracy theories and inspiration. Find her on Instagram @opallonia, Twitter @sunsetspice, and get in touch at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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