For Malaysia's reformist icon Anwar Ibrahim, it's a 'new dawn' after royal pardon following sodomy charges
Wednesday, 16 May 2018 Reformist icon Anwar Ibrahim celebrated a "new dawn" for Malaysia after he was given a royal pardon and freed from custody today, transforming a political prisoner into a prime minister-in-waiting following his alliance's stunning election victory.
Anwar, 70, was convicted of sodomy in 2015 in a case he said was aimed at...
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