Tag: Yong Teck Lee
Yong Teck Lee berkata perkara yang mengejutkan adalah Raymond Tan mengambil masa yang lama untuk melompat.
Yong Teck Lee says the only surprising thing about Raymond Tan’s joining Warisan was the long time he took to make the jump.
Yong Teck Lee is seeking a declaration that the government's decision to set up the RCI is unconstitutional.
The former CM asks whether the waters off Sabah are really safe.
Yong Teck Lee says formation of this inter-governmental committee will allow the governments of Sabah and Sarawak to speak up without fear or favour.
Adakah kerajaan akan guna kekalahan semalam sebagai alasan untuk membunuh Perjanjian Malaysia 1963, kata Yong Teck Lee.
Yong Teck Lee says government must set up parliamentary select committee, as demanded by MPs.
Sabah and Sarawak opposition leaders hit out at the states' leaders in Cabinet for failing to ensure restoration of rights to the two states as promised.
Yong Teck Lee also says the state government is using the dry spell to justify its decision to build a mega dam in Papar.
Yong Teck Lee and Tawau businessman Pang Thou Chung file a suit claiming the appointment of Amarjit Singh is unlawful.
Sabah labour matters are different from those in the peninsula, says the Sabah Progressive Party president.
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.
Yong Teck Lee urges the Sabah government to encourage the expansion of seafood farms and re-strategise its economic direction instead.
Former chief minister Yong Teck Lee wants the case involving 13 new seats to be resolved first, in the wake of rumours the State Legislative Assembly may be dissolved soon.
SAPP president Yong Teck Lee says claiming ignorance appears to be favourite excuse of current administration.
The Sabah Progressive Party (SAPP) president says the group leader should not have boasted that the trip had something to do with Chinese investment into Sabah.
Former chief minister Yong Teck Lee questions the credentials of the seven-man delegation, saying they only represent the legislature and cannot speak for the government.
Sabah Progressive Party president Yong Teck Lee says he is disturbed by statements by Sabah leaders who seem intent on exploiting coal deposits in the rich forests of the 'Lost World'.
Yong Teck Lee says the idea had been shot down despite pressure from Putrajaya.
Its president Yong Teck Lee says this will have to be done if Sabah and Sarawak are given equal status.
SAPP president Yong Teck Lee accuses Warisan of trying to buy time on the matter by establishing a committee to calculate how much must be paid to Sabah.
Opposition leader Jeffrey Kitingan says it is ludicrous that 'timber man' is suddenly charged with running municipal council of second-most important city in Sabah.
Sabah Progressive Party president Yong Teck Lee says he is just reminding Warisan deputy president Darell Leiking of his statement last year about RM1 trillion federal debt to Sabah.
Parti Warisan Sabah treasurer-general Terrence Siambun gives assurance that party remains committed to its objective of restoring Sabah rights.