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Encyclopedia > Malaysian general election, 1969

The Malaysian general election of 1969 was the third general election since independence, held in West Malaysia (Malaya) on May 10, 1969, and in East Malaysia later in the month. It resulted in the return to power, with a reduced majority, of the ruling Alliance Party, comprising the United Malays National Organization, the Malayan Chinese Association, and the Malayan Indian Congress. It was followed by violent communal rioting between Malays and Chinese (see May 13 Incident).


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The Parti Gerakan Rakyat Malaysia (Gerakan) made substantial gains in the general election of 1969.
The Malaysian general election of 1969 was the third general election since independence, held in West Malaysia (Malaya) on May 10, 1969, and in East Malaysia later in the month.
They held a victory rally in the capital of Kuala Lumpur on May 12, but the rally turned rowdy, with party members shouting racial epithets at Malay bystanders.
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