Two Sabah DAP assemblymen, ex-senator quit party | New Straits Times

KOTA KINABALU: Two state assemblymen and a former senator from Sabah DAP announced their withdrawal from the party last night.

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21/1/2022 4:26:00 AM

NSTnation They said the action was partly due to the failure of Sabah DAP to implement its mission to defend Sabah ans' rights.

KOTA KINABALU: Two state assemblymen and a former senator from Sabah DAP announced their withdrawal from the party last night.

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