Umno polls: Just a slim chance, says Saifuddin of supreme council seat

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  • Thursday, 19 Sep 2013

Saifuddin Abdullah

PETALING JAYA: Although once touted as a favourite to win a supreme council seat in the upcoming Umno polls, Datuk Saifuddin Abdullah admits that he now feels like an "underdog".

In an interview with The Star Online, the former deputy minister said he gave himself only a slim chance, now that the new voting system, in which some 150,000 party members will cast their votes simultaneously, is in place.

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