I think I must have missed something somewhere.
I distinctly read (and fully understood) that no action was being taken against the Sabah Progressive Party (SAPP) for the "double-cross"ing offensive remarks its president Yong Teck Lee made about the PM and his leadership and against whom that motion of no-confidence would be tabled in the Dewan Rakyat.
PM (and Barisan Nasional chairman) Abdullah Ahmad Badawi said it was because Yong was acting alone. His stand was not the party's stand. H E R E
But today, his deputy, Najib Razak, is singing a different tune.
He has called the SAPP a rebel component party against which the BN supreme council would be determining action.
Najib said this (H E R E) at the monthly BN management meeting which he chaired earlier today.
The SAPP was not invited to the meeting.
Wonder whether they (the BN) will stick to their guns.