'Body language of Johoreans signals wave of change'

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Johor has always been known as a bastion for BN but recent developments in the state have undoubtedly changed this.

Following Jorak assemblyperson Shahruddin Salleh’s departure from Umno to join Parti Pribumi Bersatu Malaysia (Bersatu) in October last year, BN, for the very first time, lost its two-thirds majority in the Johor legislative assembly.

Citing the time spent thus far with constituents in the state, Amanah deputy president Salahuddin Ayub said he could "feel the warm approach."

“I can see their body language, how they approach us nowadays, (it’s) more welcoming.

“Based on my experience in politics, I can feel the signs of change this time around,” the Johor Amanah adviser told Malaysiakini in an interview.

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