MP SPEAKS | The Sabah state elections have thrown into sharp relief how unstable, weak, confused, self-contradictory and a law-breaking government is the Perikatan Nasional federal government, or the proposed Gabungan Rakyat Sabah(GRS) mooted by Prime Minister Muhyiddin Yassin to fight Warisan Plus led by caretaker Sabah Chief Minister Shafie Apdal.
GRS failed to unite under a common candidate for the chief minister post. It also failed to agree not to contest against each other in 17 state seats.
GRS failed to unite under a common candidate for the post of chief minister. It also failed to agree not to contest against each other in 17 state seats.
In contrast, Warisan Plus comprising Warisan, DAP, Upko, PKR and Amanah do not fight against each other in any seat and agree on retaining Shafie as the candidate for chief minister.
Just as two deputy ministers had not shown any respect for Veveonah Mosibin, Muhyiddin is not showing any respect for Sabahan voters, by him or Putrajaya deciding on who is to be the next Sabah chief minister.
Should Sabah listen to GRS or Muhyiddin?
Whilst Muhyiddin has a two-seat majority in Parliament, the public does not expect PN ministers to contradict each other, not obeying and complying with the law, provoking racial and religious sentiments or...