Wednesday, September 17, 2008

SAPP digs its graveyard by pulling out from Barisan Nasional

By pulling out from BN, SAPP seems to dig its own political gladiator graveyard and bury its political future. The party needs to do more with graveyards than mow the grass now.

Can the mosquito party dig his back up out of his own graveyard is an interesting question and the answer is waiting for by many political analysts and partisans.

The Sabah Progressive Party (SAPP) is no longer a member of the Barisan Nasional. Its Supreme Council decided today that the party will pursue an “autonomous political path.”

The party’s supreme council, which met this afternoon, has opted to be an opposition party but has no plan to join Pakatan Rakyat for now.

"The SAPP supreme council has declared that the party is no longer a member of the Barisan Nasional coalition," party President Yong Teck Lee.

"We will be independent at the moment and provide quality opposition in and outside the parliament, as well as the state assembly, until the time comes when SAPP is ready to be back in the government."

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Agreed. golden opportunity didn't hits twice. SAPP has no chance to be the government.