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May 13, 2008

Sabah, S'wak reject 'tai ko Umno'

misschickenkiller - [...] The academic, who declined to be named, said increasingly critical parliamentarians from Sabah have raised valid demands, but “federal leaders appear not to be interested”. He warned that
political allegiance could shift any time if this continues.

abdul ghapur sallehKalabakan MP Abdul Ghafur Salleh, a former Sabah deputy chief minister, said yesterday that state leaders would have no qualms about switching parties - although not immediately to Pakatan Rakyat - or forming a new party in the interim.

Abdul Ghafur had questioned why certain states - including Perak which the BN lost to Pakatan - have more representatives in the federal cabinet.

Although Sarawak leaders have been less vocal, they appear to be no less unhappy with Kuala Lumpur. Despite contributing 30 parliamentary seats to the federal BN's tally in the general election, they feel that they have not been given a fair share of cabinet representation.

“This is clearly a ‘big brother’ attitude, taking the best for themselves and leaving the crumbs to others,” noted a political observer.

Another analyst pointed to the way the Election Commission has listed the political parties in the table of election results. In spite of severe losses, the MCA and MIC are placed second and third after Umno....selanjutnya [KLIK DI SINI]


Anonymous said...

I wonder if its a play, pakatan between AAB and Anwar to bring down the UMNO. Seeing the various factors that are negative towards UMNO.....likely Anwar and AAB will have the last laugh, instead of Mahathir and Ku li..!

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