KUALA LUMPUR - Malaysian opposition leader Anwar Ibrahim said Tuesday that he believes his three-party alliance can win this weekend's national polls and topple a coalition that has ruled for nearly 56 years.
Anwar Ibrahim addresses a mammoth election rally in Georgetown, Penang on Apr 29. "People have enough of this semi-authoritarian rule, of complete (government) control of the media, of strong arrogance, of power and endemic corruption," Mr Anwar said ahead of polls this weekend. (AFP Photo)
Sunday's general elections will pit Prime Minister Najib Razak's National Front coalition against Anwar's People's Alliance, which has pledged to tackle what it considers deep-rooted problems like corruption and racial discrimination.
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