Pakatan Rakyat on verge of collapse in Sabah – Rahman Dahlan

 |Oct 3, 2016
In a statement posted via Twitter @mpkotabelud here today, Abdul Rahman, who is also BN state secretary said those who left the two parties claimed that PKR and DAP were not useful.
In a statement posted via Twitter @mpkotabelud here today, Abdul Rahman, who is also BN state secretary said those who left the two parties claimed that PKR and DAP were not useful.

Pakatan Rakyat is on the verge of collapse in Sabah as several PKR and DAP leaders in the state have quit the party, says Barisan Nasional (BN) Strategic Communications director Abdul Rahman Dahlan.

In a statement posted via Twitter @mpkotabelud here today, Abdul Rahman, who is also BN state secretary said those who left the two parties claimed that PKR and DAP were not useful.

The Kota Belud MP was commenting on the quit announcement by Sabah PKR chairman Lajim Ukin, Moyog assemblyman Terrence Siambun from PKR and Likas assemblyman Junz Wong from DAP today.

Last week, PKR’s Penampang MP Darell Leiking also left the party and declared his intention to join a local political party in Sabah, chaired by former UMNO vice-president Mohd Shafie Apdal.

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