Serenely BN Malacca may be shifting at last

comments     Terence Netto     Published     Updated

Malacca is said to be impervious to the reformasi wave of Pakatan Rakyat, unlike its northern neighbour Negri Sembilan, which is rumoured to be teetering on the brink while southern cousin Johor, long a BN bastion, is reportedly rife with Pakatan's insurgency.

So when the Pied Piper of change came a-wooing to three parliamentary constituencies in this sleepy hollow last night, the impressively large crowds that showed up may well mean that Umno-BN's serene invulnerability in Malacca is in for a buffeting at the coming 13th general election...

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