Malaysia's premier on Wednesday unveiled a cabinet which he said would foster reconciliation after a racially divisive election, but which was attacked by the opposition as merely the status quo.
Malaysia's Prime Minister Najib Razak speaks in Putrajaya on May 15, 2013. Najib on Wednesday unveiled a cabinet line-up which he said would help national reconciliation after a racially divisive election, but which was noticeably light on Chinese faces.
Prime Minister Najib Razak's team was closely watched for indications of how he would approach the race divide and fulfil promises to invigorate government, amid declining support for the 56-year-old regime he heads.
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