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SINTOK Former prime minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad said today he feels that the 13th general election will be held soon as the situation "looks good" for the ruling coalition.
"I think it (election) won't be too long into the future because there isn't much time left; we only have until middle of next year. If we think we can win, we can call the election," he told reporters after attending Universiti Utara Malaysia's (UUM) 28th anniversary, here today.
"If the people give us a good support, that's the time to call the election," he added.
"Even now, it looks good," he said when asked when was a suitable time to hold the polls.
Earlier in his speech Dr Mahathir said that leaders should not only be adept at administering the country but also in managing its finance, economy and scientific matters. - Bernama