Malaysia`s ruling party retained a state seat in the first by-election since May`s controversial General Election.
About 20,000 Malaysian opposition supporters gathered in the capital demanding the resignation of the country`s Election Commission in the wake of contentious polls.
Malyasia`s largest ethnic Indian party MIC, part of the ruling Barisan Nasional, announced to hold party elections in September and complete the polls process by year-end.
The victorious Barisan Nasional has alleged that several Malaysians were roughed up by supporters of the opposition alliance.
Indians will be the deciding factor in some 50 parliamentary constituencies in the upcoming General Elections in Malaysia.
Malaysia`s ruling alliance Barisan Nasional has swept the assembly poll in Sarawak state.
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