GE is Pakatan's to lose

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Aplenty are the signs that Najib Abdul Razak’s days at the helm are numbered.

In an interview with Bloomberg earlier this week, the reformist-wannabe warned that the market and the ringgit would take a nosedive if the opposition pact won Putrajaya.

But what Najib did not tell his interviewer is that the ringgit has been losing value against all the major currencies in recent years, including even the Thai baht and the renminbi, while the costs of living keep on rising.

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