SINGAPORE (May 7): The fight for the people’s votes on May 9 is in full swing, and the political parties are making some tempting offers.

One that has created some buzz is the minimum wage of RM1,500, which two major coalitions — the Barisan Nasional and Pakatan Harapan — are dangling before the rakyat.

This was among the highlights of The Edge’s review of the two coalitions’ policies that focus on young voters, who form a pivotal segment of the electorate. The question we set out to answer was: Which of these groups is more in tune with what youth want?

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