Plenty at stake in Tanjung Piai


Chinese voters want to show their disappointment with the Pakatan government but they also fear that a Barisan win would worsen the politics of race and religion.

THE bitter reality is the dream of Malaysia Baru (New Malaysia) has turned into a nightmare, 18 months after Pakatan Harapan’s historic victory on May 9 last year.

The elation of ousting a six-decade old regime known for corruption, abuses and repression and the hopes for a united, progressive nation have all but dissipated over this short span of time.

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