Parti Pasok, one of the longest established oppposition political party in Sabah, is heeding for doom, destine to a tragic fate. It risks its registration revoked by the Registrar of Society. This is due to the fact that the party now has two presidents with their own set of supreme council members. They also have two headquarters. Richard Jayasuria heads the latest fiction while Cleftus Mojinggol with the older fiction. Both presidents had been issuing press statements - that they will contest and confident of winning enough seats to topple the present State Government. But with the party's fate in the hand of the ROS, anything can happened between now and when the general elections is held.
Parti Pasok should learn a lesson from the Parti Bansa Dayak Sarawak (PBDS) which had also had two presidents, two sets of supreme council members and two headquarters. PBDS was de-registered by the ROS and its members formed a new party, Parti Rakyat Sarawak (PRS) which is also facing leadership power struggles now. PRS now have two presidents, James Jemut Masing and Larry S'ng, two sets of supreme council members and two headquarters.