Ali’s early lead ‘not surprising’

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  • Tuesday, 13 Jul 2004

PUTRAJAYA: The strong showing by Malacca Chief Minister Datuk Seri Mohd Ali Rustam in the race for one of the three Umno vice-president posts may have surprised some people but not those close to him. 

To them, Mohd Ali’s strong showing was not a fluke but proof of the people’s appreciation for his work ethics. 

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