Warisan wants at least two-thirds majority in Sabah assembly, Leiking tells Pakatan


Jason Santos

Warisan deputy president Darell Leiking says only a two-thirds majority in the state assembly will allow the party to activate Malaysia Agreement 1963 and restore the state’s special rights. – The Malaysian Insight file pic, January 24, 2018.

PARTI Warisan Sabah has turned down Pakatan Harapan’s offer of an electoral pact in the next general election, saying only a win of no less than two-thirds of the state seats will allow it to achieve its objectives.

Sabah PH today said it had conveyed an offer to Warisan to let it take the lead in the battle for the state, and to let Warisan have 60% of the state seats in return for 60% of the parliamentary seats.


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  • Frankly it feels suspiciously like Warisan is trying to bring Najib and UMNO to its knee to join BN on its own terms or possible even take over.

    Posted 1 year ago by Bigjoe Lam

    • Politics and political horse trading has never been so interesting in Malaysia. Its pop-corn gripping at the edge of seats stuff!

      Posted 1 year ago by Sharizal Shaarani

  • Simple, Warisan just wanna replace BN ? Come on man, cut your nose to spite the face ? Win a battle to loose the war ? Don't be so confident, some seats are best suited for others.

    Posted 1 year ago by Crazee Not