Has awkward MIC thrown in towel?

October 2012
Malay Mail;10/17/2012, p14
The author talks about the internal conflict in the Malaysian Indian Congress (MIC) political party in Malaysia. According to the author, the party has yet to attract interest from the Indian community. The author also tackled the issue involving Datuk Seri S. Samy Vellu. He also noted the struggles of the ruling coalition as mentioned by party president Datuk Seri G. Palanivel.


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