DAP gets Malay leaders to fend off 'anti-Malay' notion

comments     Kuek Ser Kuang Keng     Published     Updated

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JOHOR Entering into the second phase of the campaign, Johor Pakatan Rakyat, after building up a strong momentum with Chinese voters, is now moving more aggressively into Malay areas to quash its ‘anti-Malay’ perception, especially towards DAP.

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