MALAYSIAN POLITICS : 3 OUT OF 4 OPPOSITION STATES WOULD BE CONFISICATED BY BARISAN NASIONAL
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MALAYSIAN POLITICS : 3 OUT OF 4 OPPOSITION STATES WOULD BE CONFISICATED BY BARISAN NASIONAL

Kuala Lumpur : Malaysia | Mar 07, 2012 at 9:49 PM PST
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Uthaya Kumar being Tortured by Barisan Nasional Government

KUALA LUMPUR, KELANTAN, KEDAH AND SELANOR ARE AMONG THE OPPOSOTION STATES TTHAT WOULD BE DEFEATED BY BARISAN NASIONAL,B-N IN THE next election

Former UMNO Chief Information, Tan Seri Hussein Ahmad, 84,said,those three states are the main target of B-N political strategy

He said, Penang is out of BN agenda.

He said, most of the people in the three states are in favour of B-N due to the fact that B-N goverment has the financial strength to spin off economic activities

Futhermore, he said, the peoples in the states had made their own political assestment that is far more better their states under the administration of Barisan Nasional goverment rather than opposition goverment

"All these peole want is the good goverment that could deliver good services, they dont want "the trouble goverment," he said

Hussein speculates B-N would win the election with the big majority due to the facts that electrorate,lost confidents to the opposition pact

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nikmahadi is based in Kuala Krai, Kelantan, Malaysia, and is a Reporter on Allvoices.
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