As a Sarawakian, I am quite pleased to hear that The Sarawak National Party (SNAP) had succeeded in setting aside its de-registration. I hope it is good for Sarawak.
I quote the related news in its entirety below:
PUTRAJAYA: The Sarawak National Party (SNAP) has succeeded in getting the Court of Appeal to set aside its de-registration by the Registrar of Societies (ROS), eight years ago.
The court on Wednesday also ordered ROS to pay RM10,000 costs.
Justices Datuk Zainun Ali, Datuk Ramly Ali and Datuk Zaharah Ibrahim unanimously allowed the appeal brought by SNAP’s then-deputy president Datuk Justine Jinggut against a High Court dismissal of his bid to quash the ROS decision.
The ROS de-registered Snap on Nov 5, 2002, following the party’s failure to resolve its protracted leadership crisis since April that year, and was dissatisfied with the office-bearers constituted because of the internal dispute.
Jinggut then filed a judicial review of the ROS ruling but that was dismissed by the High Court on Sept 15, 2006.-Bernama
Rumours is rife that the state election would be called anytime sooner than later.