A policeman stands guard between rival groups of Barisan Nasional (left) and Pakatan Harapan supporters outside a nomination centre in Pahang on nomination day. Photo: Reuters
A policeman stands guard between rival groups of Barisan Nasional (left) and Pakatan Harapan supporters outside a nomination centre in Pahang on nomination day. Photo: Reuters

Malaysia election 2022: ‘Pakatan Harapan’s to lose’ or Umno’s route back to power?

  • Umno’s corruption-tainted Barisan Nasional coalition promises a return to ‘stability’ after what its chairman called 2018’s ‘experiment’ gone awry
  • But evidence of growing support for Anwar Ibrahim’s Pakatan Harapan could still swing it – as could the ‘unprecedented amount’ of undecided voters

A policeman stands guard between rival groups of Barisan Nasional (left) and Pakatan Harapan supporters outside a nomination centre in Pahang on nomination day. Photo: Reuters
A policeman stands guard between rival groups of Barisan Nasional (left) and Pakatan Harapan supporters outside a nomination centre in Pahang on nomination day. Photo: Reuters
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