Category Archives: SNAP

Moggie, a true Malaysian patriot

By John Teo THERE was something rather touching about a photograph released in the media recently showing Tenaga Nasional Berhad (TNB) chairman Tan Sri Leo Moggie flanked by his two key lieutenants in the national utility and government-linked company. There … Continue reading

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It’s over for SNAP

The Federal Court has upheld a Registrar of Societies decision to deregister Sarawak Nasional Party (SNAP). PUTRAJAYA: The Sarawak National Party (SNAP), formed in 1961 and which gave the state its first Chief Minister in Stephen Kalong Ningkan, has been … Continue reading

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Hiccup at TGA, not end of SNAP

By Joseph Tawie KUCHING:  Just out from an eight year political turmoil, Sarawak National Party is hit by yet another ‘crisis’ that forced the party’s highest decision-making body, the central executive committee (CEC), to postpone its triennial general assembly (TGA) … Continue reading

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SNAP should reject merger with DAP

By Joseph Tawie KUCHING: Sarawak National Party (SNAP) should reject merger with the DAP because of major differences between the two parties, SNAP deputy president Kebing Wan said. Addressing the joint opening of the Youth and women triennial general assembly … Continue reading

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SNAP – friendless and alone

KUCHING: Going into its triennial general assembly (TGA) and presidential polls today, Sarawak’s oldest party which gave the state its first chief minister in Stephen Kalong Ningkan stands isolated and alone. Local analysts and political observers here and in the … Continue reading

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After the shameful election results, now what, SNAP?

By Joseph Tawie KUCHING: Sarawak National Party’s (SNAP) upcoming triennial general assembly (TGA) on Sept 24 and 25 is likely to decide the direction the party will take as it moves to redefine its political identity. Some 60 delegates will … Continue reading

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‘Taib disrespectful of late James Wong’

By FMT staff KUCHING: The Movement for Change, Sarawak (MoCS) has expressed its displeasure at the absence of Sarawak Chief Minister Abdul Taib Mahmud during the funeral of the state’s elder statesman James Wong Kim Min here two weeks ago. … Continue reading

Posted in Datuk Salleh Jafaruddin, MoCS News, SNAP, Taib Mahmud aka The Termite