The Sabah Progressive Party (SAPP), a Sabah-based component party of the ruling Barisan Nasional, said today it had lost confidence in Malaysian Prime Minister Abdullah Ahmad Badawi.

In the coming sitting of the Parliament session on Monday, its two Members of Parliament will support a vote of no confidence against the Prime Minister, the party said. [Further details in The Star].

Up to you to decide whether the Typhoon Sapp is indeed a typhoon or just a storm in the teacup.

“Whether its MPs table the vote of no confidence, or whether other MPs will do it, would be determined in due course,” the party said in a statement.

In the meantime, the Sanglang state seat in Perlis has been declared vacant by an election court. Meaning there is going to could be a by-election. The seat was won by Barisan Nasional in the March 8 general election.

Alternatively, the Election Commission can just declare the other candidate, from Pas, as the winner.

So it’s going to be just like in the song, dari Perlis sampailah ke Sabah… at least for today lah.

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2 Responses to “SAPP’s Vote Of No Confidence Against PM, By-Election For Sanglang In Perlis”

  1. cloudsters Says:

    Hmm, if a shock of truly seismic proportions were really imminent, it seems unlikely that its harbinger would be something as unimpressive as the switching-over of two MPs…

  2. Jaxon S Says:

    cloudsters, you certainly have a way with words…

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