Parliament has been dissolved, and the gloves are off in Malaysia as political leaders gear up for a fight over corruption, discrimination and the cost of living. Parliamentary polls will pit the National Front Coalition - in power since 1957 - against a resurgent opposition. The ruling group has already been knocked back, suffering its worst ever results in 2008 elections. And it will not be plain sailing this time either. Three million first time voters - nearly a quarter of those eligible - will have to decide who to give their support to.