The Barisan Nasional supreme council decided yesterday not to take any action against the Sabah Progressive Party (SAPP) following the stand by its president Yong Teck Lee for a no-confdence vote against Abdullah Ahmad Badawi in Parliament on Monday.
PM Abdullah said this was because the BN believed that Yong had acted on his own and the stand was not the party's. HERE.
Today Yong met with his deputy, Raymond Tan for nearly an hour to thrash things out before they sit at the party's emergency supreme council meeting to decide whether or not the party should leave the coalition. (Update later.)
All's not well in SAPP. Read here.
The argument whether or not action ought to be taken against SAPP or Yong, for that matter, is really academic.
And we all know that the BN will do all it can to prevent the no-confidence move from being tabled in Parliament.
But what no one should dismiss is that such an action (for a no-confidence move) is being constructed at all.