Tag: Muhyiddin Yassin

GE15: Will There Be A Straight Fight Between Two Giant Coalitions?

The writing's on the wall already. GE15 will see a head on collision between Barisan Nasional on one side and the Opposition on the...

SURAT | Dah Tiba Masanya Untuk Bubar Parlimen – Bah 2

Laungan "Bubar Parlimen" berkumandang di udara sebaik sahaja perdana menteri Ismail Sabri tiba di BN Command Centre di Johor Baru. Kebetulan BN telah memenangi...

BN Crushed PN, PH In Historical Johor Polls

BN secured a two-thirds majority win to form a strong and stable Johor state government, losers acting like sourgrapes JOHOR BARU - By now everyone is...

Johor Polls: Najib’s Kick-Start Campaign Sending Shivers To Opponents

Najib's opponent has run out of bullets to hit him Former prime minister Najib Razak has started the Johor polls campaign in a manner...

Border Reopening Not My Personal Decision, Says Muhyiddin

The proposal on the reopening of the country’s border was not a personal decision but mutually agreed upon by members of the council Johor Bahru - National...

Gerakan To Contest At Least Five Seats in Johor Polls, Says State Chief

But President Dominic Lau said that the party would contest a maximum of 10 seats at the state polls Johor Bahru – Parti Gerakan Rakyat...


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