The Upko leader and deputy chief minister suggests Umno should leave Sabah and operate in a more suitable place, such as the peninsula.
Umno’s Kemabong assemblyman Jamawi Jaafar says he is not joining PH or its components, only supporting Warisan in Sabah.
'Sabah is once again in a constitutional crisis that could have been avoided if the head of state had not appointed two chief ministers within days of each other,' says James Ligunjang.
In 1994, PBS won a keenly-fought contest against a BN backed by Mahathir Mohamad, but lost power after defections from his party.
Former judge Gopal Sri Ram reviews the predicament of Warisan chief Shafie Apdal after Sabah governor appoints Musa Aman as chief minister.
Two Umno assemblymen arrive at Shafie’s residence for talks, less than 24 hours after Sabah BN chief Musa Aman was sworn-in as chief minister.
After winning two seats at the general election, he had been expected to back Warisan and 'Sabah Ubah' but switched sides.
Talks being held with Musa Aman about BN -friendly Sabah assemblymen to be independent of control from KL, says STAR president
Kadamaian assemblyman Ewon Benedick says discussions have been held about either forming a new local party or uniting everyone under PBS.
I’ve been around city area and I’m not invisible, says SAPP president Yong Teck Lee.
The prime minister also warned Rafidah not to adopt a 'holier than thou' attitude.
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.
He said the briefing was then held at the Umno office.
It is unlike national opposition parties such as DAP, which he says has made many about-turns.
The Kimanis parliamentary candidate challenged the Pakatan Harapan leader to explain to Sabahans why he must be made the prime minister again.
The government is aware of the challenges faced by them, including floods, drought and pests, says Yahya Hussin.
Sabah BN leader criticises opposition politicians for only appearing at election time once in five years.
The Warisan president says some media intentionally give wrong perception about the situation in state.
SAPP’s Richard Yong says Sabahans suffered from poor infrastructure and drain of revenue from resources when Mahathir was prime minister.
BN candidate says he is concerned about youth unemployment and will create job opportunities and develop small industries.
Internal strife in BN component party and a newcomer opponent may give Bawin more confidence after two previous attempts.
Hamid Ismail says Sabah enactment should be reviewed to avoid clashes between the shariah courts and civil courts.
SAPP’s Melanie Chia says DAP had previously fielded several candidates in Sabah who changed parties to the chagrin of voters.
The PCS president says all parties suffer the same fate every election because of disputes over candidate selection.