Tanjung Piai by-election: we need to vote for....


In our hands: We need to vote for the candidate who will advocate that we Malaysians are Malaysians first and work at policies that will help our less fortunate fellow citizens, says the writer.

I HAVE been pondering more and more on this upcoming by-election at Tanjung Piai, Johor, ever since the untimely passing of its incumbent in September.

This will be an interesting by-election from all sorts of perspectives; I don’t see it from the usual perspective of winners and losers, between the current government and new Opposition, though, as I’m more interested to see whether the electorate of this constituency can behave differently.

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