The Ming Court Affair, Pt 3

Terence Netto

Modified 29 Jan 2008, 10:21 am

special report The notion that a night's sequestration from the swirling anti-Taib Mahmud currents would bring reprieve - and, more importantly - perspective, was rudely dispelled on Monday morning when personal secretary George Entigar informed Daniel Tajem over breakfast that Abdul Rahman Hamzah had wanted his signature the previous night on a letter of resignation as deputy chief minister. Worse followed. News arrived from Kuching that the morning's Sarawak Tribune (now defunct) had trumpeted Tajem's resignation as DCM.

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