A tale of two pockets


Johor Mentri Besar Datuk Seri Khaled Nordin

IF you travel from Johor Baru and cross the Permas bridge over the Tebrau river, you will enter a constituency where the Malay demographic changes.

The river separates Pasir Gudang and Johor Baru parliamentary seats. Both are neighbouring seats and yet it is a Dickensian tale of two cities for the Malay constituents.

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Politics , Permas , Khaled Nordin

   

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