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2013 Mar 30 - Rise Up for Sabah with SAPP!

Rise Up for Sabah with SAPP!

By Amde Sidik (March 30, 2013)

There is tremendous appeal to go to polls this time, never before according to my observation. This euphoria is either designed by a genius or by coincidental stupidity-dragging GE13 right to the edge, that is. The answer would be known only after polling of GE13. Of which, which group of political parties form the government?

But lots of unknown qualities as far Sabah local political parties are concerned, and this is where Peninsula leaders may be taken off-guard. What's happening in Peninsula may not be the same as in Sabah. Sarawak has proven in its last State GE, how many seats did Pakatan won?

In 1975, the USNO coalition government was defeated by then new BERJAYA party, and the scenario was repeated in 1985 when another newly and hastily formed PBS which defeated BERJAYA. At that time, it was Mahathir's remark 'sink and swim with Harris' among the determining factors.

In 1994, BN didn't win the GE in Sabah. BN formed the State Government due to crossovers by PBS Assemblymen to BN. Datuk Lajim Ukin and Rubin Balang, both from PBS started the bandwagon of frogs.

The same happened to Perak State Government in 2008 ... Pakatan Rakyat Assemblypersons defected to BN because of money. Let me repeat who jumped? Answer is, the PR assemblypersons.

But in Sabah, in 2008 something opposite happened, it's the BN Government politicians who quitted BN instead, thus being the opposition until to this very day.

No politicians of Malaysia dared to present a motion of "a vote of no confidence" against the Prime Minister in the history of Malaysia's politics but Sabah's politicians did; it is Sabah Progressive Party (SAPP).

SAPP has been built on the non-racial platform right from its inception, no issue of Chinese domination just because its president is a Chinese, convenient only for UMNO and some fellow oppositions who disagree or out of jealousy.

SAPP has young and dynamic professional leaders in the making and well set to take up the challenge to make Sabah stand high.

Hj Amde Sidik, is Deputy President of SAPP and Director of Progressive Institute of Public Policy Analysis, Sabah.

SAPP Policies

SAPP's 17 point Manifesto - Sabah deserves better in terms of more equitable distribution of opportunities, in social, economic and infrastructural development and a better quality of life. [BM][Chinese]

SAPP's Economic Plan for Sabah - SAPP aims to achieve economic prosperity and financial self-reliance for Sabah. Version in [BM] [Chinese]

SAPP's Land Reform Policy - To promote and protect the rights and interests of local natives and other citizens in Sabah [BM][Chinese]

On Oil Royalty - SAPP is not giving up its struggle for more oil royalty payment for Sabah.

SAPP's Eight (8) Points Declaration - Whereas our mission is to establish a trustworthy govt and a progressive ...

SAPP's 14 point memo in 2006 - Time for Direct Preventive Actions

SAPP Constitution (booklet)

Our Sabah..

Books on ....
RCI Report on Immigrants in Sabah
The Birth of Malaysia
Malaysia Agreement Article 1-11
The Original Agreement of Malaysia
Heroes of Kinabalu 神山美烈誌
Schedule 9 of the Federal Constitution

more on ...
Twenty points safeguard
20 Perkara
Illegals & IC issues
Bernas Monopoly
No to coal-fired plant
Sabah Gas pipeline
3 million acres oil blocks ceded
The Formation of Msia & Devt in Sabah
Proclamation of Msia 1963...details
Restore Sabah's right to appoint JCs,
Ex-minister: Review 20-point
Supply Sarawak power to Sabah...
Sedition Act 1948
Continental Shelf Act 83 (1966)
Petroleum Development Act 144 (1974)
Petroleum Oil Agreement (1976)


SAPP bid to discuss Sabah claim rejected
Take action against anti-Malaysia elements
Call for Philippines Consulate in Sabah
Get the RM1 billion and solve the QEH debacle
SAPP's objection of coal-fired plants in Sabah
SAPP: Explain the RM 601 loan to KL company
The missing billion ringgit "special grant"
SAPP on SEDIA Bill 2009
SAPP supports the call for the abolishment of Cabotage Policy
Probe illegals having Mykad also
Political Autonomy for Sabah
Sabah Schools still awaiting share of RM30 million
Special fund: Eric wants ACA probe
Oil royalty: SAPP not giving up
Scrap Bernas monopoly on rice
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