Malaysian elections

LATEST STORIES FROM REUTERSMalaysians go to the polls on Sunday, May 5, in what could be the toughest test of the ruling National Front Coalition's 56 year grip on power in Southeast Asia's third largest economy.

Here are some of the latest analysis, features and insight on what has been dubbed as the "mother of all elections.":
Malaysia's "class war" fuels opposition election hopes
Rise of young voters shifts Malaysia election balance
Caution may undo Najib, Malaysia's hestitant reformer
Time running out for Malaysia's veteran reformer Anwar
Malaysia's opposition sees state model paving path to power
State firms loom over Malaysian poll despite pledge to divest
In Malaysia's election, a focus on rainforest graft
Migrants, church may end Malaysia government 's Borneo vote bank

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