The Malaysian General Election of 2008 was significant in that for the first time since 1969, the ruling Barisan Nasional coalition failed to win a two thirds of the parliamentary seats, enough to make changes to the constitution. The opposition also took control of more state legislatures than before. The three contributors to this book look at how the elections played out in Kelantan, Penang and the Klang Valley. Good Hardback. First Edition. 131 pages with tables, charts, black and white photographs and an index
Weight: 0.5 kg Post free within Malaysia
Published by: Institute of Southeast Asian Studies, Singapore, 2008
Condition: The cover is unblemished, but the text block is tanned. The binding is tight, the text clear and there is mild to medium tanning of the pages.