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Whose side is DAP on?

KOTA KINABALU: Sabah Progressive Party (SAPP) has questioned whose side is Sabah DAP on following its latest attack over SAPP's flags put up all over Sabah in conjunction with the party's third anniversary pull-out from the Barisan Nasional (BN) on Sept 17, 2008.

"Why must DAP keep on attacking SAPP instead of BN-Umno?" asked SAPP Vice President cum Head of Negotiating Committee with DAP on seats and policies, Dullie Hj. Marie.

He said the action by Sabah DAP reinforced the notion that it was colluding with Umno as happened during the Batu Sapi Parliamentary by-election last year.

"We have been waiting for DAP to honour their insistence to negotiate with SAPP as they had in May this year repeatedly asked SAPP to form our negotiation panel.

"But now, they back track and keep attacking SAPP instead. Even SAPP RadioSabahtv sign board issue with DBKK, DAP also sided with the BN-Umno instead of a common protest against the BN on the Bersih 2.0 rally for clean and fair elections.

"Let the people know the true colours of DAP hidden agenda, collusion with Umno and destroying co-operation among opposition parties," he said.

Dullie also reminded DAP that Pakatan Rakyat de facto leader Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim had two weeks ago said to reset the friendship between Pakatan and SAPP.

Sabah DAP vice chairman, Edward Ewol Mujie had been reported as complaining about the SAPP flags being put up by the party as a reminder to its struggle after three years ditching the ruling government.

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