The saga of Parti Rakyat Sarawak (PRS) leadership dispute continue. Despite the ongoing effort of Sarawak Progressive Democratic Party (SPDP) and the other faction of PRS lead by James Masing to merge the two party, Larry Sng vows to continue leading PRS (or the other half of PRS). This is definitely confusing the already confused grassroot members of PRS.

Merger talks between SPDP and PRS (Masing's faction) literally left Larry Sng on the sideline and his time on PRS numbered. Suppose the two parties really merged, there will likely be no place for Larry Sng in the new entity and that would probably be the end of Larry Sng political career, unless of course if he jump ship before that and continue his political struggle with non-Sarawak party or maybe an opposition party.

Extracted from TheBorneoPost

Sng vows to continue leading PRS

By Gaing Kunding

SIBU: The leader of a faction in Parti Rakyat Sarawak (PRS) Larry Sng Wei Shien reiterated his commitment to lead the party with greater zest and vigor to help Barisan Nasional achieve a bigger win in the next state election.

He said that PRS, as a member of the ruling BN coalition, needed to work harder and smarter for the developments of Sarawak, particularly in helping Chief Minister Pehin Sri Abdul Taib Mahmud to meet the vision, mission and objectives of Sarawak Corridor of Renewable Energy (SCORE).

“As for me, my mission and vision as a faction leader is to bring all factions in the party together, forge greater unity and create greater stability. I will continue to be in PRS, to be in BN.

“To me, the March 8 polls is a milestone for the opposition, but the next state election which is due in two to three years’ time will be a milestone for the BN,” Sng said at the Gawai closing (ngiling bidai) jointly organised by five PRS divisions in the central region - Nangka, Pelawan, Bukit Assek, Bawang Assan and Katibas – last Friday.

Members from six ‘outstation’ divisions - Lingga, Simanggang, Meluan, Balai Ringin, Pelagus and Ngemah, former Sri Aman MP who is also deputy president Jimmy Donald, vice-president Cr Munan Laja (organising chairman), secretary-general Sidi Munan and Youth chief Leon Jimat Donald were among the 500-odd people present.

Sng said: “PRS leaders and members also need to reflect on their roles and purposes in BN, taking into consideration the results of the last general election, as well as the implication of the letter given by ROS recently. Where do we go next?” He however did not specifically mention which ROS letter he was referring to.

In his welcoming speech, Munan expressed gladness at the big attendance, saying: “This reflects the strong unity and support for Larry Sng, an Assistant Minister in Chief Minister’s Department, from PRS members throughout the state.”

Jimmy, who also spoke, said that he would continue his political struggle and serve the people through PRS and BN even though he was no longer an MP.

Sidi meanwhile reminded party members to abide by the party constitution at all times.

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