All eyes are on Sabah Progressive Party (SAPP), following Gue Musang MP disclosure on Sunday of a member of Barisan Nasional ditching the coalition very soon.
SAPP's president Datuk Yong Teck Lee could not be reached by the Press for comments while hand phone of the party other leaders were switched off. One senior party, who refused to be named told a local newspaper here that `it only a matter of time as anything is possible.'
"It is no longer a rumour that SAPP is pulling out for BN. It may be next week or the first week of next month," the leader said.
For the record Yong had on May 13, given the BN Government until August to resolve many issues, particularly, the illegal immigrants and high prices of goods. Failing which he said the party would have to make a stand.
Yong is also believed to have objected to be made a Senator in order to be made a Federal Minister.
If ever Yong decided to pull out from BN, Prime Minister Datuk Seri Abdullah Ahmad Badawi would lost two MPs and four Assemblymen.