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Mohammad Agus Yusoff

Head of Political Science

Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia

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Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia

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National University of Malaysia


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Bernama | GMM - Global Movement of Moderates

www.gmomf.org [cached]

Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences associate professor Mohammad Agus Yusoff.
Universiti Teknologi Mara's Faculty of Computer Science and Mathematics associate professor Yap Bee Wah.


www.nst.com.my

"BN can lose votes if people continuously feel they have been burdened, like the effects of frequent price hikes on their budget or when impact policies fail to provide short and medium term gains," said Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia's Associate Professor Mohammad Agus Yusoff.


www.vosizneias.com

UKM's Dr Muhammad Agus Yusoff believed that the alleged ties to Israel were a serious matter that should not be politicised by both sides.
He said that a national security issue has been turned into a question of who was closer to Israel.


en.suarakeadilan.com

Agus Yusoff, a professor of political science at Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia


www.turkmenistannews.net

Mohammad Agus Yusoff, head of political science at Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia, said that apart from feeling marginalised, the Indian and Chinese voters were unhappy as the government seemed not to think of their livelihood.'They felt the government had failed to care for their 'stomach'.The rising cost of living made it difficult for them to live comfortably.'They believed that if the BN was given the majority of votes, the cost of living would go up and this would impact their quality of life,' Yusoff said.Silent voters, he said, accounted for 40 percent of swing votes.These silent voters were people who never openly criticised the government but instead took their grouses to the ballot box.Perhaps, the swing votes would not have been so high if the government had given out bonuses to government servants, he noted.'The salary increment for this group was last year and the culture of every community in the world is that they only remember rewards given at the 'last minute'.'There are more than 120,000 unemployed graduates in the country and next year the number could reach 150,000,' said Yusoff.Email this story to a friend


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