Shafie Apdal, head of the Sabah Heritage Party (Warisan) and Sabah’s chief minister, pictured earlier this month. Photo: Bloomberg Shafie Apdal, head of the Sabah Heritage Party (Warisan) and Sabah’s chief minister, pictured earlier this month. Photo: Bloomberg
Shafie Apdal, head of the Sabah Heritage Party (Warisan) and Sabah’s chief minister, pictured earlier this month. Photo: Bloomberg
Malaysia

Malaysia’s Sabah state calls snap election after exodus from ruling party

  • Sabah’s state government had been led by a party allied to the Pakatan Harapan coalition until a slew of elected representatives jumped ship
  • Meanwhile, Umno announced it would be leaving the ruling national Perikatan Nasional coalition to focus on its team-up with PAS

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Shafie Apdal, head of the Sabah Heritage Party (Warisan) and Sabah’s chief minister, pictured earlier this month. Photo: Bloomberg Shafie Apdal, head of the Sabah Heritage Party (Warisan) and Sabah’s chief minister, pictured earlier this month. Photo: Bloomberg
Shafie Apdal, head of the Sabah Heritage Party (Warisan) and Sabah’s chief minister, pictured earlier this month. Photo: Bloomberg
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