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Sarikei resignation shows DAP Sarawak leadership's true nature

IN 2011, when Sarawak last held a state election, Wong Ching King resigned as a secondary school teacher because he believed in the Democratic Action Party (DAP) and wanted to join its ranks. 696 more words

Sarawak

DAP rejects rural development but wants rural votes

THE Democratic Action Party (DAP) is really ‘amazing’.

In the State Legislative Assembly (DUN), it’s elected representatives blatantly rejected our Chief Minister Datuk Patinggi Adenan Satem’s move to seek an additional RM1 billion for rural development programmes in our Great State. 554 more words

Sarawak