Sungai Kandis was the Rubicon and Umno has crossed it.
In the general election earlier on May 9, the Harapan candidate had won the Sungai Kandis state seat handily with a majority of 12,480 votes.
In the byelection held there yesterday, the Harapan candidate won with a greatly reduced majority of 5,842 votes.
It can’t be downplayed – even though Harapan is desperately trying to do just that – an inconvenient fact that PKR’s majority in Sungai Kandis suffered a huge drop of 6,638 votes in only three months between GE14 and byelection. Continue reading “Two biggest Malay parties are in the opposition”