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15 out of 17 SAPP branches in Sandakan opt to follow Tan in staying with Barisan


  • Nation
  • Sunday, 21 Sep 2008

KOTA KINABALU: Cracks are widening in the Sabah Progressive Party’s east coast bastion of Sandakan with branches folding up following the party’s decision to quit the Barisan Nasional on Wednesday.

Fifteen out of 17 branches with hundreds of members in the Tanjong Papat state constituency of Deputy Chief Minister Datuk Raymond Tan closed down with branch chiefs unanimously wanting to remain within the Barisan block.

   

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