Sapp No 2 unwilling to let go of cabinet position

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After a consensus decision to pull out from the ruling Barisan Nasional, Sabah Progressive Party (Sapp) is now facing problems with deputy president Raymond Tan, who is said to be reluctant to give up his deputy chief minister cum infrastructure development portfolios.

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