MCA risks losing 3 more seats in Johor


Liow Sze Xian

Muar town in Johor featuring Chinese New Year street decor recently. Similar to Selangor, Johor has many mixed seats, making it possible for the opposition to make inroads in the state. – The Malaysian Insight file pic, March 15, 2018.

MCA will be the biggest loser in Johor in the next elections, losing three out of the four parliamentary seats in the state, analysts said.


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  • " ...... Unlike Malays in urban and semi-urban areas, Felda settlers are shielded from the impact of rising cost of living and a weakened ringgit,........" - I absolutely agree .......... through growing their own vegetables and rearing "ayam kampung" ...... urban Malay living in terrace houses and flats ...... where can-lah! .... must buy from Tesco or "pasar-pasar" .....

    Posted 4 years ago by Malaysian First

  • Frankly its the Alor Gajah seat that interest me more. Because it depends whether PAS will contest that seat. IF PAS does not contest Alor Gajah - it proves the Najib-Hadi/UMNO-PAS joining. MCA WILL BE ELECTED BY PAS IF PAS DO NOT CONTEST THAT SEAT. It cannot even be GAGASAN even because its Malay majority seat. Its the perfect seat for PAS to prove DAP is the enemy. If they do not contest directly, THEY ARE LIARS.

    Posted 4 years ago by Bigjoe Lam