MIRI: SUPP needs full support from members to regain itsglory days by winning its lost seats during the 11th stateelection.
The partys deputy president Datuk Seri Richard Riot Jaem said such aspiration was achievable with the strong cooperation between the partysleaders and grassrootsmembers.
The state election is now around 14 months away. Thus, we should give our total focus by winning back the seats we had lost during the last election, he stated in his address when officiating at the joint installation of SUPP Miri and Sibuti Parliamentary Liaison Committee at Eastwood Valley Golf and Country Club yesterday.
Riot, who is also Human Resources Minister, advised party members to be prepared and cooperate with other BN component parties to chart another victory during the coming state election.
On the joint installation, he viewed the event as the beginning to bring back the partys glory days.
He related that the partys main strength came mostly from the northern region, especially Miri.
Thus, he told members to use the event as a platform to rejuvenate and further strengthen the party.
He said support from the leaders and grassroots members was needed in re-engineering and re-vitalising the party to enable it to face whatever challenges and shortcomings.
Towards this aim, he added, members must work as a team, saying unity and cooperation among party members was the basic principle in bringing the party to success and the right path.
Also present were immediate past president Tan Sri Peter Chin Fah Kui, vice-president cum chairman of SUPP Miri and Sibuti Parliamentary Liaison Committee Datuk Lee Kim Shin, secretary general cum SUPP Piasau branch chairman Datuk Sebastian Ting Chiew Yem and publicity and information secretary cum Miri and Sibuti Parliamentary Liaison Committee vice-chairman Adam Yii Siew Sang.