Sabah rotation system under scrutiny again

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  • Tuesday, 21 Jan 2003

KOTA KINABALU: With less than 10 weeks before another round of rotation occurs for the Sabah chief minister’s post, Barisan Nasional politicians are divided on whether the rotation system should continue. 

Several of them feel that the two-year rotation system, introduced in 1994 when Barisan took over the reigns of the state government from the then opposition Parti Bersatu Sabah, should be discontinued as it has been abused. 

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