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MALAYSIA-POLITICS/
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May 26, 2013
A member of a Malaysian opposition party shows a video recording of a man he says is not a Malaysian...
Klang, Malaysia
A member of a Malaysian opposition party shows a video recording of a man he says is not a Malaysian...
A member of a Malaysian opposition party shows a video recording of a man he says is not a Malaysian showing his finger marked with indelible ink after casting his vote, at his office in Klang, outside Kuala Lumpur May 14, 2013. Malaysia's divisive election has left a bitter taste for millions of people that risks creating a long-term problem of legitimacy for Prime Minister Najib Razak's long-ruling Barisan Nasional (BN) coalition. The outrage was clear at a busy intersection across from one of Kuala Lumpur's fanciest shopping malls, where a huge poster of Najib and his deputy had been defaced -- a rare display of public disrespect in the Southeast Asian nation. The opposition has yet to present clear evidence of widespread fraud, but Reuters interviews with 15 polling agents give an indication of why many Malaysians have lost faith in an electoral system that clearly favours the governing coalition. Picture taken May 14, 2013. REUTERS/Bazuki Muhammad (MALAYSIA - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS CIVIL UNREST)
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