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Johor voters weary of politicking, want borders reopened and economy revived

A photo from Nov 16, 2019, shows a voter casting her ballot at the by-election in Tanjung Piai, Johor. PHOTO: ST FILE
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KUALA LUMPUR - Economic recovery and the reopening of borders are what many Johoreans want from the next state government, as they grow weary of politicking and bickering among politicians.

Nearly 2.6 million eligible voters in Johor will pick a new state government on March 12.

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