In Malaysia, Najib Razak’s comeback hopes gain steam as rivals falter in Malacca state polls

Almost immediately after the Malaysian ex-premier Najib Razak and his party were voted out in the 2018 general election on the back of the 1MDB financial scandal, the veteran politician began a campaign to rehabilitate his tattered image.Off went the expensive tailored suits, and in came a new Najib who was frequently spotted hobnobbing with the working class in jeans, polo tees and sneakers.Supporters christened him “bossku” [My Boss] and “malu apa bossku?” [What’s there to be ashamed of, boss…

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