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Final Reckoning : An Insider’s View of The Fall of Malaysia’s Barisan Nasional Government

Final Reckoning : An Insider’s View of The Fall of Malaysia’s Barisan Nasional Government

Publisher: Penguin Books

Author: Romen Bose

Page: 368 pages

Year of issue: 2021

Language: English


Romen Bose worked as a Political Communications Consultant for former Malaysian Premier Najib Razak for six years and was a close confidante to decision makers in the upper echelon of the country’s political elite. Romen was present during the major controversies that hit the Najib Razak administration, witnessing first-hand how the country’s leadership reacted to the disappearance of MH370 and the step by step actions of its topmost officials, as well as classified covert actions taken to retrieve the remains of Malaysian victims following the shooting down of MH17.

In 'Final Reckoning', the author gives a blow-by-blow account of how the 1MDB scandal rocked the Government and the attempts by the country’s top politicians and their advisers to contain and explain it away. Through numerous conversations with key players and his presence at various top secret meetings following the global investigations into the scandal, Romen pieces together for the first time how a sitting Prime Minister became the unwitting patsy of a mastermind who had managed to pull off the single biggest con of the century. In doing so, Romen tells the story of an ultimately futile scramble to try and preserve a crumbling political legacy that had long been out of step with the realities of a new Malaysia.

This book is the story of the wild roller-coaster ride that marked the Barisan Nasional Government’s rule, from the 2013 General Elections, until its 61-year old rule came to an end on the night of 9 May 2018.

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  • Brand: Penguin
  • Product Code: 9789814954549
  • Availability: In Stock
  • RM108.95

Tags: 1MDB, Najib Razak