Tag: Parti Bersatu Sabah
Party president Maximus Ongkili is confident grassroots support will ensure victory in GE15.
PBS supreme council member Arthur Sen says Sabah's needs for proper roads to access remote villages are greater than Penang's.
Gesaan itu membawa kepada persoalan hak perlembagaan negeri untuk menentukan pilihan raya negeri tanpa campur tangan persekutuan.
Parti Bersatu Sabah vice-president Johnny Mositun says the decision should be left to the state assembly without federal interference.
PBS president Maximus Ongkili says a large number of illegal immigrants are suspected to be holders of fake identity cards or ICs illegally given or dubious birth certificates.
Ewon Benedick says the party has more than 600 voters in Sandakan.
Sepanjang 12 pilihan raya umum, Parlimen Sandakan kerap bertukar tangan antara BN, DAP dan PBS.
Presiden Maximus Ongkili berkata rakyat masih belum nampak sebarang perubahan positif 7 bulan selepas kerajaan bertukar.
PBS new president Maximus Ongkili also announces new bureaus in the party including one on Malaysia Agreement 1963 (MA63).
Parti Bersatu Sabah secretary-general Johnny Mositun is concerned after prime minister hints that toll-free highways are impossible to implement.
The PBS founder is also set to quit as party president in November.
PBS leader Johnny Mositun says he is concerned that 'brokers' are converging on Sabah with proposals for projects.
Article 160, not Article 1 (2), is the problem, Arthur Sen tells Warisan man.
It says previous chiefs were sacked by Warisan-led government and their absence has created chaos in administration of local culture and traditions.
Parti Warisan Sabah Supreme Council member Martin Tommy assures Sabahans that MA63 will be front and centre as the government tries to put things right.
Parti Bersatu Sabah acting Youth chief Christopher Mandut laughs off Prime Minister Dr Mahathir Mohamad’s promise on MA63, claiming it was Mahathir who suppressed MA63 before.
PBS secretary-general Johnny Mositun says Sabah will prosper if the infrastructure is put into place.
The KDM youth leader finally made his choice to join the oldest local party in Sabah after quitting Upko in July.
Politicians say it is an insult to Sabahans that the chief minster has appointed an outsider and describe it as an example of cronyism under the new state government.
The Upko leader and deputy chief minister suggests Umno should leave Sabah and operate in a more suitable place, such as the peninsula.
Sabah Umno chief Hajiji Mohd Noor says the party has agreed to join other state-based parties to form Gabungan Bersatu Sabah.
PBS secretary-general Johnny Mositun says the dam proposed by Infrastructure Development Minister Peter Anthony is nothing more than a rebranding of the Kaiduan Dam.
The PBS deputy president says Upko leaders have been jumping ship ever since it was formed.
Christopher Mandut of PBS says the prime minister's announcement does not mean Sabah will get three times as much as it has received before.