Malaysia's 1986 General Election: The Urban-Rural Dichotomy

About the Publication

This book explains why the opposition party, Democratic Action Party (DAP), won several seats in the urban areas and why the Parti Islam SeMalaysia (PAS) failed dismally in the Malaysian general election of 1986. It also discusses the performance of the various political parties in the election, the issues influencing the electorate, the significance of the revision of the electoral boundaries, and the influence of the mass media.

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Malaysia's 1986 General Election: The Urban-Rural Dichotomy [Whole Publication, ISBN: 978-981-4376-82-2] 16.00 USD

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