SNAP wants appeal heard as soon as possible

  • Nation
  • Monday, 14 Feb 2005

KUCHING: The Sarawak National Party (SNAP), which appealed against its deregistration by the Registrar of Societies (ROS) more than two years ago, wants the court to set a date soon to hear its case. 

Party president Edwin Dundang urged the judiciary to give some priority to the case as SNAP, he said, was an important party. 

The party had been a partner in the Barisan Nasional ruling coalition until it was deregistered on Nov 5, 2002. 

The ROS' decision followed a long feud between former president Datuk Amar James Wong Kim Min and his former vice-president Datuk William Ikom, who has since formed the Sarawak Progressive Democratic Party.  

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