The Ming Court Affair, Pt 5

Terence Netto

Modified 29 Jan 2008, 10:21 am

special report Even as Tajem was meeting with Dr Mahathir, serious cracks began to appear in the faade of the anti-Taib coalition. SNAP president James Wong, despite having two aides present at Ming Court who were furiously trying to get the party's assemblymen and parliamentarians lined up with the Rahman camp, was dithering in Kuching. Wong held no love for Rahman who was suspected of being behind the accusation that the SNAP founder had colluded with Brunei to get its claim to Limbang, a chunk of Sarawakian territory that sits awkwardly athwart the tiny oil-rich kingdom, recognised by the Malaysian government.

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