May 13, 1969 is remembered as the day that changed Malaysia forever, and it’s safe to say that no one wants the tragic events of that day to repeat themselves ever again.

However, a new study conducted by online market research company has found that 54 per cent of Malaysian respondents believe a repeat event is likely, given the current political context of the nation.

According to the company – which surveyed 1,029 Malaysians – 41 per cent said that not enough has been done to address the issues which led up to the tragedy 50 years ago. Almost half, or 47 per cent, of respondents also felt that not enough has been done to help Malaysians understand what happened then.

by Jessica Lin, Business Insider , 15 May 2019