Malaysian Prime Minister Abdullah Ahmad Badawi will hold an emergency meeting on Thursday to rally support following a call for a no-confidence vote against the premier from within his coalition. Sabah Progressive Party (SAPP) president Yong Teck Lee made the unprecedented call on Wednesday in a serious blow to Abdullah, who has faced pressure to quit since disastrous general elections in March. Muhammad Muhammad Taib, UMNO's information chief, told Agencies that they decided last night to hold the emergency meeting after SAPP's announcement.