Parties that accept ‘frogs’ must be held responsible for harming state, ex-Sabah CM

The Liberal Democratic Party is contesting 46 of the 73 seats in the Sabah state election on September 26. Its life honorary president Chong Kah Kiat says party-hoppers will cease to exist if everyone rejects them. – The Malaysian Insight pic by Irwan Majid, September 15, 2020.

PARTY hoppers will cease to exist in Sabah if political parties were firm on rejecting individuals who try to switch allegiance after winning the people’s mandate in the state election, Sabah veteran politician Chong Kah Kiat said.

Rather than slaying the ‘frogs’ alone, he said the parties that accepted them should also be held responsible for causing the culture of ‘frogging’ to be rampant, to the extent of jeopardising the position of the state government.

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