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Anifah to Yong - sorry lor ...

Written By kadayan chronicles on Saturday, 28 June 2008 | 22:03

Written by Kadayan Banaa

So, Datuk - your is yours, mine is mine; kinda attitude isn't it. Sorry but, barking in parliament isn't something new for YBs. Kit Siang had done this for the past 39 years. If his words alone can ever kill someone, I think virtually all BN MPs, including speaker of Parliament, are dead by now.

Anifah to yong - sorry loh ...

Lone ranger worth only in wild wild west. Those are work of bloggers. They think they can change the world simply by posting articles one after another (opps!). This is exactly what bloggers are doing.

Except, bloggers knew about networking better.

Every blogger own a blog, if not we don't called them bloggers. But they co-operate with other bloggers all the time. That is what linking, hot linking, copying, and or recycling of other ideas all about - as every blog has audience on its own. Read on.

KOTA KINABALU (Bernama): Kimanis Member of Parliment Datuk Anifah Aman says it is not necessary for him to head a group of "independent MPs" from Sabah and Sarawak to push for political change in the country.

"As an MP from Sabah, I merely exercised my democratic right to voice out Sabah issues in Parliament, but I have full confidence in the Barisan Nasional government in delivering the goods.

"There's no need for me to head such a group," he said yesterday.

Anifah was asked to comment on the proposal to head a group made by Sabah Progressive Party (SAPP) yesterday.

In making the proposal, SAPP president Datuk Seri Yong Teck Lee described Anifah as someone "brave and far-sighted" who had stepped forward to identify issues raised by the party.

Yong said Anifah had also come up with a fresh angle on issues like autonomy of Sabah and Sarawak by re-examining Article 161E(4) of the Federal Constitution concerning immigration and citizenship, jurisdiction of the High Court in Borneo, religion, language and natives' rights arising from the 20-point accord leading to the 1963 Malaysia Agreement.

Anifah said although he was vocal in highlighting numerous problems besetting Sabah, including state rights under the Federal Constitution, it did not mean he no longer subscribed to BN's cause.

"I share some of the problems raised by SAPP, but I am dedicated to BN's struggles and I will continue to speak up in Parliament for the good of the people and the state," added the younger brother of Sabah Chief Minister Datuk Seri Musa Aman.

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