Minos, who is former Parti Pesaka Bumiputera Bersatu (PBB) deputy publicity chief said, this by itself showed that PH had lost its popularity and that there was something “very wrong” in the coalition.
“It is actually expected because PH, after making so many promises in the last general election, turned out to be a party using and relying on lies and bluffings.
“They have gone too far in not fulfilling their promises and so the voters got infuriated and voted against them, and to me PH is a failing party, if not already failed,” he said.
Minos, who is chairman of Kota Samarahan Municipal Council, said other factors contributing to PH’s defeat in Semeyih were because there was no longer former prime minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak and his 1MDB and GST issues.
So, the voters turned their guns on PH’s weaknesses and failures, he added.
Another reason, he said, was because of the PH cabinet members.
PH has ministers who are very arrogant whom people do not like, ministers with fake degrees and silly ideas, he added.
Minos said BN on the other hand used racial and religious issues and this saw PAS helping UMNO on religious issues.
“Looks like PH is losing ground. Tun Dr Mahathir Mohammad seems unable or unwilling to control his difficult and bad ministers,” said Minos, adding that he anticipated PH would also lose in the next by-election in Rantau in Negeri Sembilan.