Sabah base SAPP aka ‘BN rebel party‘ supreme council will decide on Sept 17 its status in Barisan Nasional according to a news report.

SAPP president Datuk Yong Teck Lee said this on Saturday. The party had taken a no-confidence stand in the leadership of Prime Minister Datuk Seri Abdullah Ahmad Badawi recently.

The party has two MPs and four state assemblymen including Deputy Chief Minister Datuk Raymond Tan who is opposing Yong’s no-confidence move against the Prime Minister.

I guess Bush must be really pissed off by his friend Abdullah latest ISA arresting spree. According to Malaysiakini reported our top envoy in the states was summoned on Friday to protest its crackdown on dissent at a time when the opposition was attempting to take over power in Kuala Lumpur.

Thank Bush for the help – now that Amit said he would releasing Sin Chew reporter as soon as today.