SAPP Explains at Kg Unggun and Kg Bantayan

Chan Kok Leong, correspondent writes in Malaysiakini that Sabah Progressive Party (Sapp) earned themselves another 30 days before action is taken against them for its rebellion. The full text :-

Updated news from SABAH by Bugi, Todays function at Dewan Komuniti Kg. Unggun Jaya Menggatal was attended by over 350 members despite the strong Police Presence and also car boot checks. At Kampung Bantayan the crowd of 150 mostly Kadazandusuns filled the small balai raya. SAPP President Yong explain to the supporters and gave the reasons for their actions. 

Three very strong statements can be derived from todays “meet the peoples session”

  1. Yong told the crowd that PM even asked him ,”Why so many people don’t like Musa (referring to SABAH CM) however Yong did not answer as he knows its PM who appointed Musa. In this respect he said that the people of Sabah should be allowed to elect their own leaders instead of being appointed or selected by KL.
  2. Datuk Eric Enchin Majimbun refuted the claims that he pre-signed an empty letter on showing his lost of confidence on PM. He went on and stated,” I have written it and signed it myself before I left for my overses trip.
  3. He also touched strongly on the illegal immigrants issue and he told those present that he received threatening sms and one of the many includes,”Jangan kamu cabar suku kaum”

Meanwhile an SC member said that the party will give them the reasons and reply to BN when we receive the show-cause letter. In another related story it is without a question of a doubt that an Assistant Minister in Sarawak will know his fate at the upcoming SC meeting. Why related… on…!!!

Saturday July 5th would be the day Parti Rakyat Sarawak (PRS) President James Masing wields his full power. It has been a long time coming says PRS members from Masings camp.

Times have moved on. It is Masings move now. He will listen ( hmmm.. ) to his Supreme Council and receive feedbacks from the ground on what actions to be taken against Larry Sng(Assistant Minister in the Chief Minister’s Office.) Will this cause more headaches for CM..? PRS has 6 Members of Parliament and 8 Assemblymen and membership strength stands at 37618.

Timely huh! Larry will not be back from his overseas vacation till the 7th of July. What will be the action..? Showcause letter like what SAPP receive from BN?  This will not be the first time as during the “war” amongst the factions showcause letters were “thrown” at each other asking for explanations and worst still they have to come and defend themselves before the Supreme Council. Ridiculous!!  I still maintain that during times of war there should not be tribunals or courts set up for the purpose of passing sentences.

PRS Constitution Article V will be used and in it there are many provisions which allows for the expulsion of Larry. Masing has moved up a gear as there has been too much talk of a merger and he will try to use this as a bargaining tool against the wishes of the CM. The ROS has not given a written reply to the party headquarters and the general concensus is that many in the “Law fraternity are in agreement that the ROS letter to PRS has been widely interpreted to mean in effect the party’s supreme council with Masing as president prior to the sacking of the six SC members has reverted to status quo.”

Earlier we wrote that 19 out of 28 Parti Rakyat Sarawak Divisional leaders met in the party headquarters on 8th April 2008 and wrote a letter to ROS to demand the following:-
  1.  A written letter from ROS who is the “Legal President of PRS”.
  2.  In respect of a confirmation from the Registrar of Societies on 7th September 2006 of YB Datuk Sri James Jemut Masings violation of Article VIII(15) (b) of the constitution of PRS.
There is stil a QUESTION MARK on the above…. Word from within the Supreme Council is that James Masing will be writing an “official letter” to CM with reasons for Larry’s sacking. Anyway July 5th is just a week away and Larry’s fate might be sealed. The 19 Divisions aligned to Larry ( at the moment….questionable later )are waiting patiently for Masings move. As for SAPP they will have to submit their reply by July 25th to the BN.
Maybe this will also see a new alliance of Sarawak and Sabah parties if the plug is pulled. It’s a new ball game and the “foot soldiers” at least 22,325 in Sarawak are not about to call it a day for Larry and for that matter Yongs SAPP. SAPP has 42 Divisions.
PM knows that its the DIVISIONS that holds the keys to the YBs staying in power especially when it comes to party politics. He will tell his men to watch this development with interests…….. especially as MP Eric will be Parliament next week


9 thoughts on “SAPP Explains at Kg Unggun and Kg Bantayan

  1. Tony says:

    So they merge PRS,SPDP and SUPP to PBB. Ha we will have a new 3rd coalition. great huh this is politics. Imagine Yong,Tiong and Larry together a new ball game…

  2. tim says:

    Sepanggar MP Eric had a right go at Ali Rustam Good for MP Eric.!! Teach him again. He always create trouble.Last ime PPP now want to get at SAPP. Solve your own problems in UMNO lah!!

  3. kieran says:

    Larry got so many people with him. That will be a tough decision but mind you Div.Chiefs might just follow James later.Watch it……..hehehehehe

  4. shim says:

    Good PMs men are Watching!! He better because we in Keadilan will welcome them to Pakatan if BN dont want them. We are all afterall fighting for Malaysia. A NEW DAWN..

  5. barry says:

    It’s all a show for UMNO.Maybe he want to ‘tipu’ Pak-La and Razaleigh will be happy. Yong and Razaleigh playing a game together with Anwar.Very very clever and now we know Najib has said those 13 Words to give PM and uneasy weekend..Hahaha

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