Pakatan Harapan (PH) need another 10 percent votes from the Malays and 5 percent from non-Malays to win the election.
This formula allows the opposition coalition dominated by a simple majority of 113 out of 222 parliamentary seats, said DAP leader, Lim Kit Siang.
Although PAS acts as a troublemaker, he added, PH can win three new states such as Perak, Negri Sembilan, and Johor.
“If PH can win five states that have economic dynamics in Peninsular Malaysia, it will pave the genuine transformation of the political and economic process of the country,” said Lim.
He also said that PH would control 39 seats in Perak, 19 in Negri Sembilan and 36 in Johor while the opposition maintains Penang and Selangor around 37 and 50 seats.
He did not comment on the states, but the primary targets are Kelantan, Kedah, and Terengganu.