Analyst: Resignations reflection of internal struggle

October 2012
Malay Mail;10/22/2012, p3
The author analyzes the high-profile resignations from Democratic Action Party (DAP) of Malaysia, noting that it reflects the internal struggle between the party's old dynasty ruling families and the new generation who believe in meritocracy for party positions.


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