Tag: Sabah Progressive Party
Pakatan Harapan is reminded of its campaign promise to honour MA63.
SAPP president says Richard Malanjum was appointed chief justice based on merit, not because of the Malaysia Agreement 1963.
SAPP president Yong Teck Lee says this is important because the outcome will affect Sabah.
I’ve been around city area and I’m not invisible, says SAPP president Yong Teck Lee.
It is unlike national opposition parties such as DAP, which he says has made many about-turns.
We just want a fair and level playing field in this election, says Melanie Chia.
The La Salle secondary school in Kota Kinabalu is known to produce a long line of illustrious state and national leaders.
Gee Tien Siong and Justin Yee are glad their parents decided to move from the peninsula to Sabah decades ago to escape the worsening polarisation.
Sabah opposition party leader reminds Barisan Nasional that Malaysia Agreement consensus was already reached 55 years ago.
SAPP president Yong Teck Lee says there is still room for adjustment among the four coalition partners, and that his party hopes to contest 13 to 15 state seats.
SAPP president Yong Teck Lee says it is not just about forgiving and forgetting, as peninsular parties must also make amends for past mistakes.
SAPP president Yong Teck Lee claims DAP and PKR are spawning many ‘frogs’ (party hoppers) in their midst.
SAPP president Yong Teck Lee claims Sabah government having cold feet in approving 13 new state seats as it fears giving opposition an advantage in next general election.
SAPP leader is not convinced with the explanation given by the police on the recent shooting spree in Sabah.
Its willingness to prostitute itself to the highest bidder will not suddenly give it value.
Could Chief Minister Musa Aman and Harris Salleh be genuinely working together to help poor farmers or are they just keeping SPF as a get-away vehicle, just in-case?
Eric Majimbun says the cost may have ballooned and wonders why Najib is not giving detailed information
There must be a royal commission to find out why Sabah’s population has gone up by almost 400% in 40 years, says SAPP
The state must stop piping gas to Sarawak only to buy it back, says former chief minister Yong Teck Lee.
The 13th general election is no place for greedy Sabah politicians, says opposition party SAPP.