Just five years ago, a Federal Land Development Authority settlement in Umno fortress Johor would have been an unlikely setting for a voter rebellion in favour of the opposition.
Today, however, party flags from both sides of the aisle flutter alongside the single-lane road into the oil palm plantation village of Lenga, in north-west Johor. And Malay farmers previously grateful to Malaysia's ruling coalition Barisan Nasional (BN) for their land and income in the southern state are voicing their discontent.
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