Counting Migrant Workers in Malaysia: A Needlessly Persisting Conundrum
Hwok-Aun, Lee; Leng, Khor Yu | April 2018
FELDA settlers, most of whom are ethnic Malays, have generally been strong BN supporters in past elections; a trend that analysts believe continues until the present day. Indeed, FELDA’s long history of establishing self-contained settlements, accompanied by strong economic and institutional links with BN (via the United Malays National Organization), has prompted some observers to label FELDA schemes as a ready-made ‘vote bank’ for the ruling coalition.
CitationHwok-Aun, Lee; Leng, Khor Yu. 2018. Counting Migrant Workers in Malaysia: A Needlessly Persisting Conundrum. © ISEAS Yusof Ishak Institute. http://hdl.handle.net/11540/8244.
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