KUALA LUMPUR, (AP) — Malaysia's long-governing coalition won national elections with a weakened majority to extend its unbroken, 56-year rule, fending off the strongest opposition it has ever faced but exposing vulnerabilities in the process.
Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak (L) and his deputy Muhyiddin Yassin applaud after their election win on May 6, 2013. AFP photo
The Election Commission reported that Prime Minister Najib Razak's National Front coalition captured 133 of Malaysia's 222 parliamentary seats Sunday, down slightly from the 135 it held before parliament was dissolved.
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