1. Musa kicks off comeback bid by slamming Philippines over Sabah claim  The Star Online
  2. YOURSAY | PN 'weaponises' Musa Aman against Shafie in Sabah  Malaysiakini
  3. Sabah's snap election to be 'direct referendum'  The Borneo Post
  4. Philippines urged to cease its claim over Sabah  New Straits Times
  5. Sabah polls: Winner needs large majority or else back to square one  Malaysiakini
  6. View Full coverage on Google News
KOTA KINABALU: Former chief minister Tan Sri Musa Aman kicked off his comeback bid to Sabah politics by slamming Manila for reviving its Sabah claim.KOTA KINABALU: Former chief minister Tan Sri Musa Aman kicked off his comeback bid to Sabah politics by slamming Manila for reviving its Sabah claim.

Musa kicks off comeback bid by slamming Philippines over Sabah claim | The Star

‘He was a hatchet man and true to form he did it.’

KUCHING: The results of Sabah’s snap election would be a direct referendum for the people to show their unhappiness with the political developments in Malaysia, opined political analyst Prof James Chin. “It is for Sabahans as Malaysians to not only provide them with a chance to vote and show their expectations but also a chance to show their unhappiness with the

Sabah’s snap election to be ‘direct referendum’ | Borneo Post Online

KOTA KINABALU: Former Chief Minister Tan Sri Musa Aman has urged Philippines to cease its claim over Sabah, saying it would harm existing ties with Malaysia.

Philippines urged to cease its claim over Sabah | New Straits Times

KUALA LUMPUR, Aug 1 ― Former state chief minister Tan Sri Musa Aman reminded Manila today that the people of Sabah chose to be a part of Malaysia, following fresh claims over the territory by a Filipino politician. Musa said Putrajaya must reject and ignore any claim to the state, saying there...KUALA LUMPUR, Aug 1 ― Former state chief minister Tan Sri Musa Aman reminded Manila today that the people of Sabah chose to be a part of Malaysia, following fresh claims over the territory by a Filipino politician. Musa said Putrajaya must reject and ignore any claim to the state, saying there...

Sabahans chose Malaysia, Musa Aman tells Manila after Philippines claim state | Malaysia | Malay Mail

Any claim by the Philippines or any other party on Sabah should not be recognised and entertained, said former Chief Minister Tan Sri Musa AmanAny claim by the Philippines or any other party on Sabah should not be recognised and entertained, said former Chief Minister Tan Sri Musa Aman

Sabah is Malaysia's, not Philippines': Musa | Daily Express Online - Sabah's Leading News Portal

An opposition-ruled state called Thursday for early elections, thwarting attempts by Malaysia's governing alliance to take over the state through defections. Shafie Apdal, chief minister of Sabah state on Borneo island, dissolved the state parliament to pave the way for polls after a ruling partyAn opposition-ruled state called Thursday for early elections, thwarting attempts by Malaysia's governing alliance to take over the state through defections. Shafie Apdal, chief minister of Sabah state on Borneo island, dissolved the state parliament to pave the way for polls after a ruling party

Malaysian opposition state calls for polls to foil takeover