Warisan chair blasts Musa Aman for criticising Sabah assembly dissolution

Modified 31 Jul 2020, 11:30 am

Warisan permanent chairperson Liew Vui Keong lambasted former Sabah chief minister Musa Aman for criticising the dissolution of the state assembly.

“It (the dissolution) puts an absolute end (to) Musa’s insatiable thirst and desire to wrest power in Sabah through the backdoor and form an illegitimate state government without the people’s mandate and certainly one without a moral compass.

“An absolutely heinous and utterly shameless coup tainted with party-hopping, betrayal, and money politics,” Liew fired at Musa in a statement today.

Liew, who is also Batu Sapi MP, said it was an “admirable and courageous” move by Shafie Apdal, who is now Sabah’s caretaker chief minister, to ask for a dissolution of the state assembly...

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