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Not enough - Sabah's MPs

Written By kadayan chronicles on Tuesday, 13 May 2008 | 16:44

KUALA LUMPUR (thestar) : Sabah Barisan Nasional politicians became the focus of attention yesterday as they continued to claim that the Federal Government is not giving enough attention to the state.

Their statements come in light of speculation that some of their numbers are being courted by Pakatan Rakyat.

> Umno’s Kalabakan MP Datuk Seri Abdul Ghapur Salleh called on the Prime Minister to reshuffle the Cabinet by the end of the year to include Sabah MPs in key ministerial posts. He said there would be serious implications in the next general election if nothing was done.

> PBS’ Batu Sapi MP Datuk Edmund Chong admitted that he and several others had been approached by PKR and that he felt as if he was in a pressure cooker.

> Sabah Chief Minister Datuk Musa Aman said the MPs were not being disloyal to Barisan Nasional but were just raising the sentiments of the people.


Frisco Celestial - Killling me softly... |2008-05-14 01:28:54
What they are doing actually are to slowly kill the BN government. When the time comes, they will all combine in unison to form a new federal government

Frisco Celestial - Looking Back... |2008-05-18 10:54:45
Winning over Sabah and Sarawak

INITIALLY the leaders of Sabah (then British North Borneo) and Sarawak were opposed to Malaysia or at best gave it a lukewarm welcome after it was proposed by Tunku Abdul Rahman on May 27, 1961 at the Foreign Correspondents Association in Singapore.
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