Warisan may contest in Johor state polls if 'strong signal' received, says party veep


JOHOR BARU: Parti Warisan will consider contesting in Johor if a state election is called and it gets a strong signal from the community, says its vice-president Datuk Junz Wong (pic).

“We may not have enough time as we expect that the state election could be called in March but we will leave it (Warisan's participation) to our leadership to decide.

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