Wednesday, May 30, 2012


Dr Jeffry Kitingan dijangka tidak akan memudahkan kerjasama pembangkang di Sabah untuk meletakkan cal;on Satu Lawan satu pada PRU 13 akan datang. Dalam video ucapan Dr Jeffry ini, jelas menunjukkan bahawa meskipun beliau pada asasnya mahukan 'kerjasama' politik dan persefahaman dalam meletakkan calon menentang BN dan UMNO di Sabah, namun kerjasama itu bersyarat iaitu beliau mahu kesemua kerusi parlimen di Sabah sebanyak 25 itu harus diserahkan kepada pembangkang tempatan, dan pada waktu yang sama Pakatan Rakyat akan menumpukan seratus peratus kepada kerusi parlimen di semenanjung.

Jika hasrat Dr Jeffry ini tidak tertunai, dijangka kawasan parlimen di Sabah akan menyaksikan pertarungan lebih dari satu lawan satu. Ini pada hemat saya akan menyukarkan pembangkang menawan beberapa kerusi parlimen seterusnya memberi kemenangan kepada BN dan UMNO.


21 ulasan :

mantera said...

jika begitum rasanya kerjasama antara pembangkang di Sabah takkan terjalin.

mantera said...

setiap pembangkang ingin bertandign byk kerusi, pasti sukar peerlawanan 1 lwn 1 nak berlaku jika masing2 bertegas dgn pendirian.

Green Sabah said...

Jeffrey changed his mode again. At first he was adamant on insisting the 1 on 1 fight. But now he wanted all the seats for the local opposition. This means that Jeffrey want the Pakatan Rakyat to give way for locals to compete only, but I don't think Anwar Ibrahim will ever agree on this.

Green Sabah said...

Looks like the 1 on 1 fight between the opposition and BN will not realized. Be prepared to see a 3 cornered fights, or worst, 4 cornered fights.

Pemerhati said...

BN akan menang sekali lagi jika beginilah sikap dan percaturan pihak pembangkang yang hanya seperti menggali lubang kubur sendiri.

Pemerhati said...

Macam mana pengundi mahu sokong pembangkang jika pendirian pembangkan pun tidak tetap?

Sanih Alias said...

Kalau diberikan pelaung kepada PR maka siapa yang akan memberikan peluang kepad SAPP dan STAR bertanding di Sabah. Tidakkan STAR membiarkan kerusi yang ada itu diberikan kepada PR begitu saja. Tidak patut bukan. Maka jangan biarkan PR menguasai Sabah.

Jeff Ambuyat said...

Pakatan cuma terdiri dari 3 parti, manakala pembangkang Sabah tidak ada gabungan langsung.. BN?? itulah sebabnya BN boleh terus memerintah negara ini..

Jeff Ambuyat said...

untuk membalas kenyataan JK, rasanya tidak salah jika pemimpin2 Pakatan mendesak supaya Star menumpukan kerusi2 di Sarawak.. cuma ada satu saja pembangkang tempatan Sabah.. iaitu SAPP..

DorianG said...

A deal for a one-to-one fight against Barisan Nasional is unlikely as both national and local-based opposition parties are unable to see eye-to-eye on forming a pact.

DorianG said...

Amid talks of secret meetings between Sabah opposition leaders, a senior member of Sabah DAP Hiew King Cheu said it was likely to be a free for all in the coming general election.

DorianG said...

Hiew, who is Kota Kinabalu MP, said it was unlikely that DAP or Pakatan Rakyat would be able to work out a deal with two main local-based opposition State Reform Party (STAR) headed by Datuk Dr Jeffrey Kitingan and Sabah Progressive Party (SAPP) led by Datuk Yong Teck Lee.

DorianG said...

He said the local-based parties were unrealistic in their approach towards a workable deal.

DorianG said...

“A one-to-one fight will never happen. I am not speculating.

DorianG said...

“I think there will be more local parties jumping into the fray (before elections),” he said, adding that such a move would be an advantage to Barisan.

DorianG said...

“We are not greedy, we also want to share seats,” he said, adding that the stand taken by STAR Sabah chapter chairman Dr Jeffrey that all national parties keep out of Sabah raises a lot of questions about their agenda.

DorianG said...

“They have set so many terms and conditions. Is there any hidden deal?” Hiew asked, adding that the local opposition must be realistic in their deals.

DorianG said...

Sabah and Sarawak remain bastions for Barisan and the national opposition have been trying to work out a deal with local-based parties particularly SAPP and Sabah STAR to ensure straight fights.

DorianG said...

However, both local parties championing state rights have asked the national opposition to stay out and concentrate in peninsular Malaysia.

DorianG said...

However, it is learned that Yong and Sabah DAP chairman Jimmy Wong have held secret talks but the progress is believed to be slow as they struggle to deal for a compromise on the mainly urban seats of Kota Kinabalu, Sandakan and Penampang.

DorianG said...

In the last elections, Sabah DAP and Sabah PKR failed to reach a deal and saw both parties contesting against each other and the Barisan. SAPP was with the Barisan and left after the March 2008 elections.