INTERVIEW | The Warisan-led Sabah state government was hit by another political coup attempt, with more than a dozen assemblypersons allegedly induced to quit their parties.
"This is the second wave. Like the first wave, the move did not shake the state government as we still have 43 assemblypersons out of the 60-elected state assemblypersons.
"(On top of that) we also have five nominated state assemblypersons who are also part of the government. We are intact with more than two-third majority," Warisan chairperson Liew Vui Keong said in an interview with Malaysiakini.