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PCS-PAN: Reject BN candidates
Published on: Friday, April 20, 2018

Ranau: Parti Kerjasama Anak Negeri (PAN) and Parti Cinta Sabah (PCS) are committed to do its best to consolidate and unite the KDM Momogun community to ensure victory in G-14."It is our utmost desire to protect the unity, dignity and rights of Anak Negeri of Sabah and Sarawak.

Both PAN and PCS aims to topple Barisan Nasional administration in the name of development and progress of Sabah including uplifting the living standards of every citizen of our beloved State, including Sarawak and Malaysia in general.

" We want to preserve unity and protect the dignity and rights of Anak Negeri firstborn, myself and PCS President Datuk Wilfred Bumburing together with officials and supporters sealed a pact to consolidate and unite KDM Momogun under one common banner in the coming polls," said its President Henrynus Amin.

PAN was formed not for leaders to be ministers or for selfish motives but for the party to ensure that Sabahan's rights and dignity are properly protected", he said.

He said there are three KDM Momogun based opposition political parties in the opposition, namely PCS headed by Datuk Seri Panglima Wilfred Bumburing, STAR under Datuk Dr Jeffrey Kitingsn and Parti Anak Negeri.

In contrast, he said the KDMs in Barisan Nasional are also under three banners - PBS,PBRS and Upko.

"All party members and supporters fully subscribe to the claims of Bumburing and that of myself that the interest of the KDM Momogun must be protected at all cost," Hendrynus reiterated.

"I am fully aware of the fact that KDM Momogun community is politically fragmented or divided into two or more political parties . In fact there is a great deal of confusion among them as to whom they should support."

Hendrynus also hinted that Kudat party Chairman cum treasurer Thomas Tsen, Tanjung Aru Chairman Roger Chong and Inanam Chairman Terence Tsen are likely to be fielded in the general election.

"We will field winnable candidates in KDM Momogun areas based on the consensus coming from the leaders of PCS and PAN," he assured.


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