For the first time in more than three decades, the race for Umno's leadership is wide open but the internal polls will not decide who is Malaysia's most powerful man.
Instead, the June 30 election will be for a crown of thorns that comes with the responsibility of reforming a grand old party whose complacence and arrogance led to the end of its six decades in power.
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