Umno ignores Malay opinion about the party

BASTIEN Onn, a forty-something politician from Johor, returned from campaigning in Kemaman depressed yet hopeful at the same time.

He had gone knocking on doors and he could tell straight away that many Malays had made up their minds to go with PAS.

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Analysis , Umno , Politics , Chances , PAS , Malay voters , Kemaman


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