|OPPOSITION’S SOLIDARITY WOULD CREATE HAVOC TO BN|
|Written by Admin|
|Wednesday, 22 August 2012 00:01|
THE OVERALL indication of opposition political parties’ strength in Sabah, according to Progressive Party (SAPP) they are in fact ready to onslaught on BN in a big way. In so long as opposition parties seen by general public that they work together and determine to topple BN they have enough support from masses to make it happen.
Likewise, if any indication shows that politicians’ doings are for self-interest or wanting to jump ship if and when they win, this would surely create self-destruction and BN will win big.
Tuan Hj Amdee Sidik the Deputy President of SAPP said in one of the Idil Fitri open houses held Kg Skim, Sindumin yesterday (Monday).
The trend, should the GE is held today, Sabahans are ready even UMNO members would land support to execute mutiny.
Sabah has had a history creating many giant killers in the past, examples during the eras of USNO, BERJAYA and PBS including former Chief Minister Tan Sri Harris Salleh used money like rainwater yet fell victim. Therefore whoever think that veterans still having many following would better be thinking twice
On the issue of old personalities whether they still play important role in this coming election, he said, old names are there but the young are reading their history, if one has been a YB for the past twenty years, surely their records of twenty years would be taken as yardstick; if they performed only mediocre, what make them get elected another five years.
This time round the young-new voters look set to play an important role; they have been ignored, underestimated or even bullied for sometime.
Whilst, the older ones those are given chances becoming ketua kampong, ketua imam alike, may be stunned supporter of BN in particular UMNO. But their young’s are not thinking like them. The young who have frequent visit to towns and cities across the nation or better still our nation’s capital they are informed generation, perhaps have more to tell to their elders. (SAPP Media)
|Last Updated on Wednesday, 22 August 2012 00:03|