Chinese voters make a firm stand


THE big surprise of the Sarawak polls is not that Gabungan Parti Sarawak (GPS) won 76 out of 82 seats.

The victory of the coalition – consisting of four Sarawak-based parties – was a given. It was just a matter of the exact number of the 70-plus predicted seats GPS would win.

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