PBS says  watching  closely
Published on: Thursday, February 14, 2019


Opposition Parti Bersatu Sabah (PBS) says it is watching closely the issue concerning Parti Pribumi’s plan to enter Sabah.

Its president Datuk Seri Dr Maximus Ongkili (pic) said as far as PBS is concerned, the peninsula-based party is free to do what it wants in accordance with its constitution.

“This is a democratic country. Any party can establish their branches here as long as they comply with the Registrar of Societies and their own constitution.

“We don’t have a say (on the issue). We’re just observing,” he said during a Chinese New Year celebration here on Wednesday.

Ongkili added what is ideal for Sabah is to have political parties which are multi-racial, just like his own party, PBS.

He reiterated the party’s commitment to play its role as an effective opposition and be the voice of the common people.

He said the party will always support good government policies but will oppose anything that does not bring any benefit to the people.

He also said that the party has been listening attentively to the people’s complaints particularly concerning what they claim to be the unfulfilled election promises by the Pakatan Harapan government. - Mardinah Jikur


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