The Sabah Progressive Party (Sapp) has decided to pull out of the ruling Barisan Nasional coalition to become an independent party.
MCPXThe party’s supreme council, which met this afternoon, has opted to be an opposition party but will not join Pakatan Rakyat for now.
An upset Sapp deputy president Raymond Tan, who walked out of the council meeting, said he would resign as Sabah deputy chief minister and state minister for infrastructure development.
Wednesday, September 17, 2008
SAPP Pulled Out
News from MalaysiaKini:
Ok, now SAPP is out (but not joing PR yet). Which party is next to follow? Very dramatic nowaday with Pak Lah and Najib swap the ministry. Pak Lah now defence minister and Najib finance minister........