The future looks glum for Malaysia's Barisan Nasional (BN) unless there is a total revamp of its lead party Umno, with new, younger leaders taking the helm to win the trust of the people after the coalition's shock defeat in the 14th General Election.
"To save (BN), they need to rebrand the party, change the structure of organisation and let the young lead the party," political analyst Azizuddin Sani told The Sunday Times. "The feudalistic culture within Umno needs to be removed," he said.
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