Tag: gabungan sabah
Gabungan Sabah leaders are in discussion with other Sabah party leaders about whether to take part in the by-election.
Gabungan Sabah will fight for the rights of the state under MA63, asserts SAPP deputy president Richard Yong.
The Sabah Progressive Party president says there is no reason not to work with other political coalitions which share the common objective for the state.
But another party, Parti Harapan Rakyat Sabah, wonders what more GBS can do for Sabah rights.
Gabungan Sabah chairman Mohd Noor Mansoor says Ahmad Zahid Hamidi doesn't seem to have his finger on the pulse of Sabahans.
The Keningau MP says Gabungan Bersatu is a new platform for local politicians to unite and form a strong opposition bloc.
The Klias incumbent says a Gabungan Sabah government would be committed to implementing the return and distribution of the 40% net revenue to all Sabahans.
The party's deputy president Melanie Chia says there have been attempts to get into the party’s Google account.
We just want a fair and level playing field in this election, says Melanie Chia.
The SAPP president claims voters were eager to “slaughter the kataks” (frogs).
Parti Harapan Rakyat Sabah to contest 28 state and 16 federal seats, the most number among the four-party Gabungan Sabah alliance.
Parti Solidariti Tanahairku (STAR) president Jeffrey Kitingan says the ‘sudden’ notice of bankruptcy over a debt totalling RM480,489.40 was to ‘disturb’ his preparations for the general election.
Presiden PCS Wilfred Bumburing berkata hakim yang membuang tindakan undang-undang itu membenarkan parti-parti merayu keputusan mahkamah selepas PRU14.
Richard Yong says Warisan president Shafie Apdal has been very late in fighting for Sabah.
Sabah Progressive Party (SAPP) believes Pakatan Harapan and Warisan are no different from BN and will sideline Sabah's interests.
The party has advertised in several newspapers to offer the reward in its effort to stop Sabah political parties resorting to such smear tactics ahead of GE14.
The four-pact opposition coalition promises better security and business climate for the state.
It says this shows BN is not serious about the issue.
The four-party coalition is among three opposition pacts in Sabah trying to dislodge Barisan Nasional.
Pundits expect closer election battles and more drama than ever before, as the opposition poses a viable challenge to BN.
Opposition leader in Sabah assembly Lajim Ukin says Gabungan Sabah will fight everyone who isn't in the coalition in GE14.
SAPP chief Yong Teck Lee, 6 others file an originating summons, asking court to compel Prime Minister Najib Razak to table report in Dewan Rakyat.
This comes after Warisan alleges it received membership applications from 1,600 former BN members in Kota Marudu.
Four-party opposition pact says it will build places to stay for families of patients.