Gabungan Parti Sarawak mum after Umno pullout


Desmond Davidson

GPS secretary-general Alexander Nanta Linggi is currently unavailable, as are his colleagues in the Sarawak ruling coalition, as political developments unfold on the Peninsula. – The Malaysian Insight file pic, August 3, 2021.

LEADERS of Gabungan Parti Sarawak (GPS) are keeping mum on the latest national political development but supporters of the Perikatan Nasional (PN) government have said the government of Prime Minister Muhyiddin Yassin has “not fallen as is being widely assumed”.

The leaders of the four-party GPS coalition have not responded to phone calls or text messages seeking comments on Umno’s withdrawal of support for Muhyiddin.


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  • Just step aside lah. It's over

    Posted 5 months ago by Joe nuts

  • Still fiddling while Malaysia is being destroyed. GPS JUST STEP OUT OF PN.

    Posted 5 months ago by Thomas Samuel

  • Where in the Constitution is a minority government permitted? Once the PM ceases to command the confidence of the majority of members of the Dewan Rakyat he must resign unless the Agong consents to a dissolution of Parliament.

    Posted 5 months ago by Gerard Lourdesamy

  • For the sake of the country and its people GPS should support PH. The country need a strong majority or we will be back to square one. The ball is in GPS court. If they want the economy to improve and to have a stable government, GPS must consider supporting PH.

    Posted 5 months ago by Elyse Gim