SNAP’s Role In Sarawak Elections

Know your local conditions and local terrain well and you will go into the elections not with one arm behind your backs. A village dayak elder was quoted to have said that the symbol and flag of SNAP is very much alive in the eyes of the ‘ rural dayak community’.

There is the sentimental feeling  and attachment of being the VOICE of the people as the party was very much fighting for the ‘ livelihood and rights ‘ of Sarawak.  Moreover they were very much with the government and were unceremoniously left on the sidelines to fend for themselves when the infighting took its toll with PBDS and now SPDP.

The Pakatan partners of DAP,PAS,PKR are with the local based Sarawak partner in SNAP. A phone call to the SNAP Youth chief Dayrell Jugol to check on the party’s role and he said,” We are now strengthening the party and we know they are 29 Dayak majority seats.

We have to be ” reasonable ‘ and he concurred with Paul Kadang newly appointed Deputy SG and director of operations that whatever seats to be contested must be negotiated and they are working together as “partners”  to fight a common enemy in Barisan National.      

No one holds the final say and its up to the Pakatan coalition to ensure that we work together for a common good in wrestling the seats from BN. The idea of contesting in 29 seats by SNAP is of course’ wishful thinking” put up by local based political analysts.

SNAP ALONE WILL BE ANNIHILATED.

We must know that PKR,DAP has also got ‘ dayak calibre ‘leaders in their ranks and also those who stands a better chance than our SNAP candidate. We must stand “united” and ‘unbreakable” to go into the battleground with one aim.

Dayrell ended by saying,’  He hoped that 2011 will see the rise of the party after being in political wilderness for the past eight years. We build from ashes and we will arise to play a major role in the direction of the politics in the STATE OF SARAWAK.”

A BN backbencher said,’We know SNAP are injecting new blood and appointing experienced people to help strengthen the party’s machinery but we in BN must not take anything forgranted and we must also reinforce our ground forces and take it to the next level and ensure that we win our seats.”

THE SKIRMISHES OF LATE WILL ENGULF IN A FULL SCALE WAR……..

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10 thoughts on “SNAP’s Role In Sarawak Elections

  1. Soon we will hear jabu DCM say,’they are a spentforce and they are irrelevant” Also these people are poltical discards and unwanted. Would you not bet he will say this??

    • As long as SNAP is logical, sensible and remains within Pakatan, the evil BN Sarawak will be annililated instead.

      The wind of CHANGE is here ! Be warned.

  2. At the height of its electoral successes, SNAP had nine MPs and 18 state legislators. In 1976 SNAP joined the Barisan Nasional until it was unceremoniously kicked out in 2002.
    Today they are with DAP,PKR and PAS in a new coalition.(Pakatan)
    These are the facts which was left out.

  3. Pembahagian Kerusi DUN Bagi Parti Yang Bertanding Di Sarawak

    Constituency Incumbent Challenging Parties in Forth Coming Election
    (Party) BN DAP PKR SNAP PAS PCM IND Others

    N1 Opar BN/SUPP – – PKR – – – Ind Star
    N2 Tasik Biru BN/SPDP – – – SNAP – – Ind Star
    N3 Tg Datu BN/PBB – – PKR – – – Ind Star
    N4 Pantai Damai BN/PBB – – PKR – – – Ind –
    N5 Demak Laut BN/PBB – – PKR – – – Ind –
    N6 Tupong BN/PBB – – – – PAS – Ind Jpuns
    N7 Samariang BN/PBB – – PKR – – – Ind Jpuns
    N8 Satok BN/PBB – – PKR – – – Ind Jpuns
    N9 Padungan PKR SUPP DAP – – – – Ind –
    N10 Pending DAP SUPP – PKR – – – Ind –
    N11 Batu Lintang DAP SUPP – PKR – – – Ind –
    N12 Kota Sentosa DAP SUPP – – – – – Ind –
    N13 Batu Kawah BN/SUPP – DAP – – – – Ind –
    N14 Asa Jaya BN/PBB – – PKR – – PCM Ind Jpuns
    N15 Muara Tuang BN/PBB – – PKR – – PCM Ind Jpuns
    N16 Bengoh BN/SUPP – DAP PKR – – – Ind –
    N17 Tarat BN/PBB – – PKR SNAP – – Ind –
    N18 Tebedu BN/PBB – – PKR SNAP – – Ind Star
    N19 Kedup BN/PBB – – PKR SNAP – – Ind Star
    N20 Sadong Jaya BN/PBB – – PKR – PAS PCM Ind –
    N21 Simunjan BN/PBB – – PKR – PAS – Ind Jpuns
    N22 Sebuyau BN/PBB – – PKR – PAS – Ind Jpuns
    N23 Lingga BN/PBB – – PKR SNAP PAS – Ind Jpuns
    N24 Beting Maro BN/PBB – – PKR – PAS – Ind Jpuns
    N25 Balai Ringin BN/PRS – – PKR SNAP – – Ind –
    N26 Bkt Begunan BN/PRS – – PKR SNAP – – Ind –
    N27 Simanggang BN/SUPP – – PKR SNAP – – Ind –
    N28 Engkilili BN/SUPP – – PKR SNAP – – Ind –
    N29 Batang Ai BN/PRS – – PKR SNAP – – Ind –
    N30 Saribas BN/PBB – – PKR SNAP PAS – Ind –
    N31 Layar BN/PBB – – PKR SNAP – – Ind –
    N32 Bukit Saban BN/PBB – – PKR SNAP – – Ind –
    N33 Kalaka BN/PBB – – PKR SNAP PAS – Ind –
    N34 Krian BN/SPDP – – PKR SNAP – – Ind –
    N35 Belawai BN/PBB – – PKR – – – Ind Jpuns
    N36 Semop BN/PBB – – PKR – – – Ind Jpuns
    N37 Daro BN/PBB – – PKR – – – Ind Jpuns
    N38 Jemoreng BN/PBB – – PKR – – – Ind Jpuns
    N39 Repok BN/SUPP – DAP – – – – Ind –
    N40 Meradong DAP SUPP – – – – – Ind –
    N41 Pakan BN/SPDP – – PKR – – PCM Ind –
    N42 Meluan BN/SPDP – DAP PKR – – PCM Ind –
    N43 Ngemah PCM PRS – PKR – – – Ind –
    N44 Machan BN/PBB – – PKR – – PCM Ind –
    N45 Bukit Asek DAP SUPP – PKR – – – Ind –
    N46 Dudong BN/SUPP – DAP PKR – – – Ind –
    N47 Bwg Assan BN/SUPP – DAP PKR SNAP – – Ind –
    N48 Pelawan BN/SUPP – DAP – SNAP – – Ind –
    N49 Nangka BN/PBB – – PKR – – – Ind –
    N50 Dalat BN/PBB – DAP PKR – – – Ind Jpuns
    N51 Balingian BN/PBB – – PKR – PAS – Ind Jpuns
    N52 Tamin BN/PRS – – PKR SNAP – – Ind Jpuns
    N53 Kakus BN/PRS – – PKR SNAP – – Ind –
    N54 Pelagus BN/PRS – – PKR SNAP – – Ind –
    N55 Katibas BN/PBB – – PKR SNAP – – Ind –
    N56 Baleh BN/PRS – – PKR SNAP – – Ind –
    N57 Belaga BN/PBB – – PKR SNAP – – Ind –
    N58 Jepak BN/PBB – DAP PKR – PAS – Ind Jpuns
    N59 Kidurong DAP SUPP – – SNAP – – Ind –
    N60 Kemena BN/PBB – – PKR SNAP – – Ind Jpuns
    N61 Bekenu BN/SPDP – – PKR SNAP PAS – Ind –
    N62 Lambir BN/PBB – – PKR – PAS – Ind –
    N63 Piasau BN/SUPP – DAP PKR SNAP – – Ind –
    N64 Pujut BN/SUPP – DAP PKR SNAP – – Ind –
    N65 Senadin BN/SUPP – DAP PKR – – – Ind –
    N66 Marudi BN/SPDP – – PKR SNAP – – Ind –
    N67 Telang Usan BN/PBB – – PKR SNAP – – Ind –
    N68 Bukit Kota BN/PBB – – PKR SNAP – – Ind –
    N69 Batu Danau BN/SPDP – – PKR SNAP – – Ind Jpuns
    N70 Ba Kelalan BN/SPDP – – PKR SNAP – – Ind –
    N71 Bukit Sari BN/PBB – – PKR – PAS – Ind Jpuns

    Note: Pakatan has not reached agreement on seats allocations yet. In some areas they may fight individually against BN. J/kuasa Penaja Umno Negeri Swak (JPNUS) just doing the tests in some Malay/Melanau majority areas. Star may come back, mostly in Bidayuh majority areas. Tussle between PKR & DAP in most of chinese is unavoidable, if PKR aims for CM post they have to fight all out! SNAP however will not be outdone by PKR and may compromise with DAP in chinese areas to make sure that DAP win the seats, as they (SNAP) want to be next CM too!.
    Sources: SNAPshot inside-out

  4. SNAP should call it a day in political arena and naps for ever.Waste of time to talk about politics nowadays if ones is not financially sound.Lupakan saja lah Perjuangan anda.

  5. Sdra Ibans kuching, I totally agree with you! “SNAP should call it a day in political arena and naps for ever……”
    Here lies SNAP NPAS!!!….. kan bagus?
    But SNAP in its NAPS dreams that it can derail Jabu from Layar through its FINANCIALLY SOUND WOULD-BE CANDIDATE Joe Unggang who recently resigned from his job as FINANCIAL ADVISOR in a local bank! (plse, don’t mistake me bah… Joe Unggang only sounds like ‘pouring money’) I bet Joe not only fight Jabu, but fellow PKR candidate Stanley Embat in this coming dun election. Stanley Embat claims that he’s more popular than Joe in this area! True or not, but that what his ‘kaki’ said! Nama saja PAKATAN RAKYAT, but fight each other, how to win against Jabu?? Bedau agi sikuk manok sambung ‘bebas’ planted by Parti Ekonomi Rakyat Sarawak Bersatu (PERSB), bunyi baka kompeni sdn bhd…….. so, it makes a four corner fight! Very interesting ………!!

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