Monday, August 8, 2011

Stay away from Sarawak election, Daud tells PPP

Parti Pesaka Bumiputera Bersatu (PBB) vice-president Datuk Daud Abdul Rahman yesterday advised People’s Progressive Party (PPP) to concentrate on winning the seats it lost in the peninsula in 2008.
He told PPP not to contest in the state during the coming general election as it would disunite and destablise the status quo
of state BN component parties – PBB, PRS, SPDP and SUPP – as all seats had been allocated among them.
“If PPP wants to help the state BN component parties we welcome but if they want to contest it will disunite the present unity,” Daud said.
We do not want other BN component parties from peninsula to disunite the state BN,” he said further, urging PPP to concentrate in the peninsula and work closely with other BN parties there.