DAP falls further from grace as it loses four seats


SENAI: The atmosphere was solemn and gloomy at Pakatan Harapan’s command centre here as the string of defeats continued for DAP, its former seats falling – Yong Peng, Bekok, Paloh and Pekan Nanas were lost.

One of the most closely watched seats was Yong Peng, the bellwether of how the Chinese vote was going. Chinese voters make up the majority with 59.58%, followed by Malays (33.32%) and Indians (6.75%).

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