Can DAP undo the 'dead knot' before GE15?

DAP flag displayed inconjuction of polling day for Sandakan by election in Sabah. ZULAZHAR SHEBLEE / THE STAR

THERE has been a deafening silence among the top DAP leaders over the party’s performance in the Sarawak election.

Seremban MP Anthony Loke said there has simply been no time for a post-mortem because the deluge started on the very day the Sarawak polls came to a close.

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Politics , Analysis , DAP , GE15


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