Friday, 20 June 2008

SAPP supreme council endorses motion

Sabah Progressive Party (SAPP) supreme council has endorsed the decision to support a vote of no confidence against Prime Minister Datuk Seri Abdullah Ahmad Badawi in Parliament on Monday.

The council, however, did not make any decision on its position in the Barisan Nasional SAPP president Datuk Yong Teck Lee said the supreme council endorsed the decision after considering all views, according to a report from the Star.

Except for deputy presidents Sepanggar MP Datuk Eric Enchin Majimbun and Likas assemblyman Datuk Liew Teck Chan who are overseas, all supreme council members were present during meeting at the party's headquarters in Luyang.

(Will SAPP be expelled from the BN? Yesterday, PM Datuk Seri Abddullah Badawi, who is also chairman of the coalition, said that no action was taken against SAPP because as far as he knows, "...it (Yong's statement) is not the stand of the party. The statement came from Yong Teck Lee personally.That's why we are not taking action against the party." - read here . So what now Pak Lah?)

3 comments:

Hi&Lo said...

Pak Lah in trying to avoid actions agst SAPP was obviously seeking a way out with his statement that Yong didn't have the party's backing.

Hi&Lo said...

Yong claimed he was offered senatorship and envoy to Brunei-Philippines-Indonesia-Malaysia East Asean Growth Area (BIPM EAGA)one day before his press conference announcing the no faith.

Cos Yong went ahead, PM called him greedy for turning down the offer.

If PM really made the offer to shut up Yong, isn't this corruption?

The ACA is now hot on the heels of Yong over his stewardship. The timing of the probe looks bad on Pak Lah.

I don't disagree with the ACA investigating any case but it should be done without vengeance.

lo&hi said...

Yong ni marah sebab dulu dia ada mintak untuk jadi senator tetapi tidak disokong, tu dia marah..lepas tu ada orang hasut lagi..tu sebab dia ugut macam tu