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Which side will “still be relevant”?

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THE implication for either the Barisan Nasional or Pakatan Rakyat, if their respective candidate wins the 17 Jan 2009 Kuala Terengganu by-election, is the same.

In this 9.10am interview on 13 Jan 2009, The Nut Graph‘s senior journalist Deborah Loh tells BFM 89.9’s Norina Yahya that whoever wins in Kuala Terengganu can claim his coalition is still relevant to Malaysian politics and voters.

The interview also touches on the main campaign messages from both camps, what issues are being played up on the ground, and voters’ response and concerns.

The by-election will be a three-corner fight involving the BN’s Datuk Wan Ahmad Farid Wan Salleh from Umno, Pakatan Rakyat’s Mohd Abdul Wahid Endut from PAS, and independent Azharudin Mamat @ Adam.

BFM 89.9 is a 24-hour radio station focused on business news and topics.

See also:
KT’s decorative touch
Surviving perception
Wahid’s likeability factor
Getting the message across in KT
Politicising Islam in KT
KT’s odd man out
Contrasting campaign styles in KT

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