Tag: Yong Teck Lee
Parti Warisan Sabah treasurer-general Terrence Siambun gives assurance that party remains committed to its objective of restoring Sabah rights.
They say public funds held by Petronas should instead be used to improve the lives of Sarawakians and Sabahans.
The rally, called “Black Sunday 10”, is held to protest the proposal by the government to provide documentation for illegal workers in the state.
SAPP president says Richard Malanjum was appointed chief justice based on merit, not because of the Malaysia Agreement 1963.
Sabah Electricity Sdn Bhd cuts off power supply to the hypermall after the management fails to settle power bills in excess of RM8 million.
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.
SAPP president Yong Teck Lee says court is wrong in saying issue has become academic because Parliament has been dissolved.
Party president Yong Teck Lee says the party will no longer underestimate smear tactics used against it, having learned a bitter lesson in the 2013 polls.
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).
Sabah Progressive Party (SAPP) to contest in one parliamentary and 11 state seats.
PCS president Wilfred Bumburing says the judge who dismissed the legal action has allowed the parties to appeal decision, even after GE14.
Hearing begins on opposition parties' suit to have Election Commission report tabled at Dewan Rakyat.
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.
Its president Yong Teck Lee says harmony and civility among Sabah’s diverse social fabric is being eroded.
A ruling is expected three days later.
It says this shows BN is not serious about the issue.
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.
The Warisan chief responds to a claim by SAPP's Yong Teck Lee.
Presiden Pertubuhan Undang-undang Sabah, Brenndon Keith Soh berkata pengecualian 13 kerusi DUN tidak akan menyebabkan pilihan raya negeri tidak sah bagi 60 kerusi sedia ada pada PRU14.
Sabah Law Society president Brenndon Keith Soh says the exclusion of the 13 new seats will not invalidate the state election for the existing 60 seats during GE14.