This unofficial source may put to rest the speculated names of potential candidates for the by-election. Hence, the “N”s of BN will be a “M” then.
On the opposition camp, there is no confirmed source to name their candidate yet. However, SNAP is keen to field their own candidate in the by-election. If this materialise, then it is an indicator that the opposition parties are still not united in Sarawak, yet. If you ask me, I’ll put my bet on SNAP! Why would I want to give my vote for a West Malaysian based party? Who understand the Ibans of Batang Ai more, if not for a locally based opposition party. SNAP was partly born there, anyway.