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Najib remains in power

EDIT CONTAINS 4:3 MATERIAL Malaysian prime Minister Najib Razak has been elected for another term marking more than half a century his National Front party has been in power. His strongest opponent- Anwar Ibrahim-led a three party alliance against Najib. His party mangaged to win an additional seven seats in parliament. But growing ethic and race divisions are shaking up the ruling party, who havn't had a two thirds majority since before 2008. Ethnic Chinese and Indians, as well as many majority Malays, have rejected the National Front's brand of race-based patronage that has ensured stability but led to corruption and widening inequality. (SOUNDBITE) (English) SENIOR FELLOW WITH S.RAJARATNAM SCHOOL OF INTERNATIONAL STUDIES IN NATIONAL UNIVERSITY OF SINGAPORE, OH EI SUN SAYING: "The new government does have a credibility deficit at the very moment due to the very tenacious and contentious election process. I think they have to redouble their efforts in reb

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