Court declares Anifah's win null and void, orders by-election for Kimanis

Court declares Anifah's win null and void, orders by-election for Kimanis


Court declares Anifah's win null and void, orders by-election for Kimanis

The former foreign minister says he will file an appeal against the decision.

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