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‘Mockery if 13 new Sabah seats not given nod by Parliament’

Failure to do so will result in constitutional crisis because Sabah Constitution stipulates there are 73 members whereas only 60 members will be elected, warns Gabungan Sabah.

SAPP’s Yong claims concerted efforts to discredit him

The attacks by Parti Warisan Sabah and Parti Cinta Sabah that SAPP colludes with BN are based on lies, says the former chief minister.

Yong: Parti Cinta Sabah keluar Gabungan untungkan Umno

Presiden SAPP berkata cengkaman Umno ke atas kerajaan negeri boleh dipecahkan kalau parti-parti Sabah bergabung tenaga melawan parti dari Malaya itu.

Yong: PCS’s split from Gabungan Sabah a gift for Umno

SAPP president says Umno’s hold on state government can be broken if Sabah parties form a combined force against the ‘Malaya-based’ outfit.

New kid Shafie shouldn’t talk big, say Gabungan leaders

Gabungan Sabah leaders say Shafie Apdal should not be trashing local opposition leaders even if he does not want to work with them.

Jeffrey slams Zahid’s attack on Sabah, S’wak slogans

Veteran Sabah politician Jeffrey Kitingan says 'Sabahans for Sabah', 'Sarawakians for Sarawak' reflect voice of the people and should not threatened.

Sabah’s USA has ‘almost finalised’ GE14 seats allocation

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.

Labuan’s return will heal Sabah’s wounds, says Yong

Former chief minister Yong Teck Lee expects the federal government’s need for the political support of Sabah and Sarawak may force its hands on the issue.

Opposition’s struggle not easy, Yong tells beleaguered Shafie

The SAPP president says Parti Warisan Sabah headed by former Umno minister Shafie Apdal can expect more challenges to be thrown their way in the struggle against the ruling Barisan Nasional.

Declassified CIA papers help people know history, says ex-CM

Yong Teck Lee says the confidential information now revealed, will allow people to know the real story and not the previous official version of events.

SAPP’s Yong vows to keep seeking truth on Double Six tragedy

This comes after the SAPP president was ordered to pay former CM Harris Salleh RM600,000 in damages for defamation over the tragedy.

Harris Salleh dianugerahkan RM600,000 kerana difitnah insiden nahas kapal terbang

Mahkamah Persekutuan berkata Yong Teck Lee tidak mengesahkan fakta dakwaan apabila beliau mengulas nahas pesawat yang mengorbankan bekas ketua menteri Sabah.

Ex-Sabah CM Harris Salleh wins RM600,000 for defamation

Yong Teck Lee did not verify the facts of the allegation when he made remarks about the 1976 air crash that killed former Sabah chief minister Fuad Stephens and others and linked it to Harris, says apex court.

Mahathir’s policy towards Sabah won’t change, local opposition parties warned

STAR president Jeffrey Kitingan says Mahathir is only interested in getting back at the Umno leadership and regaining control of the Malay population.

Yong ups attacks on Shafie over ‘deal with Umno’ claim

The Sabah politician tells the former minister to explain his claim of a deal between Umno and opposition leaders in 2013.

SAPP supremo Yong Teck Lee ready to step down

The former chief minister says he has no intention of contesting state seats in the coming general election.

Important to rectify past mistakes, SAPP tells PH leaders

SAPP president Yong Teck Lee says it is not just about forgiving and forgetting, as peninsular parties must also make amends for past mistakes.

‘PH, not SAPP, is weakening the Sabah opposition’

SAPP president Yong Teck Lee claims DAP and PKR are spawning many ‘frogs’ (party hoppers) in their midst.

Sabah PH lambasts SAPP for trying to split opposition

Sabah Progressive Party president Yong Teck Lee has accused both BN and PH as being just 'two sides of the same coin'.

Warisan queries delay in tabling new Sabah seats

Warisan number two Darrell Leiking says delay in getting new electoral boundaries approved by Parliament could even prevent state polls from being held during GE14.

SAPP: Dissolve Sabah assembly if new seats not approved

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.

Lima lagi ditahan kempen pisah dari Malaysia

Polis merampas beberapa helai kemeja-T yang dicetak slogan ‘Hormati Perjanjian Malaysia’ serta sejumlah risalah.

Nazri dan Ahmad Zahid patut letak jawatan – Teck Lee

Bekas Ketua Menteri Sabah itu menggesa Nazri dan Ahmad Zahid meletakkan jawatan kerana gagal menjalankan tugas

Separation not secession

Yong Teck Lee says Sabahans are not secessionists or traitors. They only want separation from Malaysia.