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Sabah's interests will be sidelined if voters chose Malaya parties

KOTA KINABALU, April 17, 2018: Malaya-based opposition parties and their local affiliate are merely focused on toppling Barisan Nasional and have no genuine interest to regain Sabah’s rights as outlined in the Malaysia Agreement 1963.

Sabah Progressive Party (SAPP) deputy president Melanie Chia said recent statement by DAP and other Malaya-based opposition party leaders showed they will only go so far as devoluting powers to Sabah that have been taken by the Federal government if they come into power.

Reward for information on doctored video clip pays off

KOTA KINABALU, April 17, 2018: A RM5,000 reward offer is paying off for Sabah Progressive Party (SAPP) that is seeking information about those involved in the doctoring and spreading of a video clip containing foul language to describe party president Datuk Yong Teck Lee.

The party has received further information about the origin of the 16-second video clip that had gone viral over social media last week, Yong said on Tuesday.

“The information that we have received so far point to Tawau as the starting point of this offensive clip,” he said.

Harmony in Sabah adversely affected by vicious and hostile style politics of Malaya parties

KOTA KINABALU, April 15 2018: Sabahans must insulate themselves against the racial and religious polarisation that is becoming prevalent in Malaya, Sabah Progressive Party (SAPP) president Datuk Yong Teck Lee said.

He said the biggest culprit that has damaged the harmony and civility among Sabah’s diverse communities has been the vicious and hostile style of Malaya-based political parties.

Public transport not resolved while BN in power for over two decades

KOTA KINABALU, April 15, 2018: Local party coalition Gabungan Sabah’s struggle to regain 40% of revenues derived from the state would have direct positive impact on the people’s lives, Sabah Progressive Party (SAPP) secretary-general Datuk Richard Yong said.

He said additional state revenues would enable the coalition-led state government to implement the Light Rail Transit system for Kota Kinabalu.

Yong said the LRT system was part of a comprehensive effort to transform Sabah into a regional transport hub within this region.

Black Sunday Reunion - "Save Sabah"

KOTA KINABALU, April 15, 2018: The Sorak Sabah NGO Group has organized a Black Sunday rally - Save Sabah Reunion on Sunday in Jalan Gaya, Kota Kinabalu.

The organizing chairman Stephan Gaimin stated the objective of the reunion on the day is to remind our young people and society at large of its struggle voicing out various problems in Sabah.

Sorak Sabah aims to highlight major issues that affect Sabah like illegal immigrants, various empty promises by the federal government, the non-compliance of the Malaysia Agreement 1963, borneonisation as well as others.