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Sabahans are no fools – DAP

Posted on January 24, 2013, Thursday

KOTA KINABALU: DAP Sabah state assistant secretary Junz Wong has advised SAPP Youth chief Edward Dagul not to think Sabahans were fools by putting up political “wayang kulit”.

“SAPP has no moral authority to talk on illegal immigrant issue. Why hasn’t SAPP complained when their president (Datuk Yong Teck Lee) won? Why hasn’t SAPP asked for the Royal Commission of Inquiry (RCI) on illegal immigrants to be set up immediately?” Junz asked.

“If SAPP had sincerely wanted to solve the illegal immigrant issue, SAPP should have stopped the problem from deteriorating with sense of urgency then!” he added.

For this, Junz said SAPP should immediately apologize to the people of Sabah for allowing the illegal immigrant problem continued to worsen.

“That’s also explained why they have been keeping very quiet on recent shocking findings exposed by RCI hearings,” he added

Junz Wong is also the national DAPSY publicity secretary, stressed DAP adviser Lim Kit Siang has been fighting for Sabah to resolve PTI issue as early as the 80s by tabling an emergency motion to address this problem!

“As determined as Edward Dagul has confidently claimed, so why hasn’t SAPP supported the RCI motion in Parliament tabled again by Lim Kit Siang back in 2008?

“Sabahans would not be fooled by unverified details presented by Edward. However, the fact that Kit Siang has been addressing concerns regarding illegal immigrants when PBS was still in the opposition and while Yong was still in PBS is one historical fact that even Yong himself could not deny.

“What SAPP has done throughout all these years has shown Sabahans that SAPP has not dealt with PTI issue with sense of consistency and urgency! What SAPP claimed now carried no credibility due to their historical baggage,” he said.

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