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 Anwar Ibrahim is a Malaysian politician and the current leader of the opposition in Malaysia. He was born on August 10, 1947, in Cherok Tok Kun, Penang, Malaysia. Anwar began his political career in the 1970s, and over the years, he has held various high-profile positions in Malaysian politics.

Anwar served as the Deputy Prime Minister of Malaysia from 1993 to 1998 under the administration of Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad. However, in 1998, Anwar was dismissed from his position and charged with corruption and sodomy. He was sentenced to prison in 1999, but was released in 2004 after the Federal Court overturned his sodomy conviction.

After his release from prison, Anwar became an opposition leader and a prominent critic of the ruling government. In 2008, he helped lead the opposition coalition to significant gains in Malaysia's general election, and in 2015, he founded the People's Justice Party (PKR).

Anwar has been a vocal advocate for democracy, human rights, and economic reform in Malaysia, and has been involved in several high-profile legal battles over the years. He is considered a key figure in Malaysian politics, and has a large following both within Malaysia and internationally.



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