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Campaigning for six Malaysian state polls kicks off after nomination closes

Perikatan Nasional (PN) chairman and former prime minister Muhyiddin Yassin, who was also at a Selangor nomination centre, told reporters that voters want change.

He said Anwar’s government has yet to fulfil the promises made in their manifesto.

“I have read the ground and you can see for yourself, I do not take it as something conclusive, the support and the number of people who attended our political rallies,” Muhyiddin said.

“(It is) a strong indication that they want change and something better than now. They are feeling the problems – the rising cost of living, inflation … All these things have created a feeling of not just despair but of course anger.”

Muhyiddin acknowledged that while Selangor is a key battleground, the other states are just as important. 

“Most people have said that it’s not just a state election, but a referendum of the people’s anger and despair with Anwar Ibrahim. Of course, we want to win in Selangor and the other states … We are fighting hard,” he added.  

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