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Selangor PH eyes victory in 51 state seats
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PUTRAJAYA: Selangor Pakatan Harapan has set a target of victory in 51 of the 56 state legislative assembly seats in the elections expected to be held in August.

Selangor PH election director Yahya Mat Sahri said the coalition’s confidence is based on the state government’s excellent track record in developing Selangor.

He said voters could see that the PH-led Selangor government had reached out to the people through initiatives that helped them, such as the Darul Ehsan water scheme, free insurance coverage and takaful scheme, and senior citizens scheme.

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Will PN ever emerge triumphant in Selangor’s Battle Royale?
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IS there going to be battle royal in Selangor between the incumbent forces and Perikatan Nasional (PN)?

In its campaigns, PN have focused on winning the majority of state seats in Selangor. The state assembly has been dissolved.

The Election Commission (EC) will fix the date of the elections in the six states after other state assemblies are dissolved.

Winning or losing state elections might not alter the position of the unity government at the Federal level as it has a comfortable parliamentary majority.

But then, if PN makes inroads to the extent of winning the states under the control of Pakatan Harapan (PH) or the unity government, wrong signals might be sent to the future stability of the unity government.

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PH’s 51-seat target for Selangor ‘unrealistic’, say analysts
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PETALING JAYA: Selangor Pakatan Harapan’s target of winning 51 of the 56 legislative assembly seats in the state election is unrealistic as Perikatan Nasional cannot be underestimated, said an analyst.

Azmi Hassan of Akademi Nusantara said PH’s goal of securing such an overwhelming mandate in the state is a tall order even with Barisan Nasional’s support.

He said the 51-seat target is based on the combined number of seats won by PH and BN in the 2018 state election, but noted that those numbers were secured before Bersatu came into existence.

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