Warisan fails to spread its wings to peninsular Malaysia

Warisan fails to spread its wings to peninsular Malaysia

20 days ago

KUALA LUMPUR - Parti Warisan Sabah's (Warisan) attempt to spread its wings to Peninsular Malaysia failed when its candidates failed to win any of the 25 seats they contested as of 2 am.

Its candidate in Pandan, Tan Sri Ong Tee Keat lost to PKR deputy president Rafizi Ramli, who won handily with a majority of 48,296 votes, while Bryan Lai Wai Chong could barely mount a challenge in the nine-cornered fight in Ampang, which saw Pakatan Harapan (PH)-PKR candidate Rodziah Ismail winning with a comfortable majority of 29,681 votes.

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