Wednesday, June 18, 2008

SAPP To Move Vote of No Confidence Against PM

Sabah Progressive Party (SAPP) has announced that it would move a no-confidence motion against Prime Minister Abdullah Ahmad Badawi when Parliament resumes on Monday.
It is the first time in the history of the nation that a vote of no-confidence is to be moved against a Prime Minister.
"In the coming sitting of the Parliament session starting Monday, June 23, our MPs will support a vote of no confidence on the PM.
"Whether the motion will be tabled by our party MP or another MP will be decided in due course," said a press statement released today.
SAPP has two parliamentarians - Dr Chua Soon Bui (Tawau) and Eric Enchin Majimbun (Sepanggar) - and four state assemblypersons.


Anonymous said...

Its a great slap for UMNO cronies and BN component party's. This govt will never far......n will collapsed soon.

ThePublicProsecutor said...


How come you never reply to the comments but rather add news that are already stale? The idea to have a blog is to interact and be interactive. Hope you can spare some time and offer your thoughts on the comments made. It just goes to show that you take time to read your blog rather than just post new topics.

Anyway, when is MIC going to leave the Barisan Nasional? I am sure the majority will support this move as it will be seen that despite the last 50 years, we are still fighting along racial lines and selfishness for our own community. We should build a better Malaysia for all. If the NEP needs to be in place, let it be. Help the DESERVING Malays and provide opportunities to all of them. Also, be fair to all Malaysians and we can prosper no doubt. Prosecute the corrupt, the thieves and put them in jail. Put an end to race based politics and affirm a true identity for Malaysians. Promulgate fairnes and promote healthy competition. We Malaysians are a tough breed!


VIjay said...

Datuk Saravanan,
Can u plz spare some time in replying on our comments so that we can get much better clear picture
Good idea ThePublicProsecutor.
Since Datuk Sam was mentioning that he needs to revamp and rebrand,will you ask him to update and revamp the MIC website.
It is updated very very long time ago.
At this era , most of the youths are engaged with cyber and since MIC website far back compare to the opposition parties website ,hence it will give a bad impression to them...
Kindly ask your MIC IT experts to update the website and spare 1 or 2 minutes to reply to my comments