Malaysia election: Johor crown prince urges Johoreans not to 'change the boat if engine is not broken'

Johor Crown Prince Tunku Ismail Sultan Ibrahim said that changing a country's fate and improving the system was not by bringing down a government, but by changing it from the inside.
Johor Crown Prince Tunku Ismail Sultan Ibrahim said that changing a country's fate and improving the system was not by bringing down a government, but by changing it from the inside.PHOTO: THE STAR/ASIA NEWS NETWORK

JOHOR - The Crown Prince of Johor posted detailed comments about the state of politics in Malaysia over the weekend, telling voters not to be deceived by a “forked-tongue individual” and to try improve the current system “from the inside”.

The nine Malaysian royal houses usually stay above the political fray, so Saturday’s statement by Tunku Ismail Sultan Ibrahim on his Johor football club Facebook page was unusual.

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